Marigold Extract

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What it is?
Lutein is called a carotenoid vitamin. It is related to beta-carotene and vitamin A. Foods rich in lutein include broccoli, spinach, kale, corn, orange pepper, kiwi fruit, grapes, orange juice, zucchini, and squash.Numerous studies have found this antioxidant to be beneficial in eye health, helping to prevent and treat a variety of eye diseases such as macular degeneration and cataracts. Lutein supports macular health by helping filter harmful blue light which helps keep the macula of the eye healthy.Many people think of lutein as “the eye vitamin.”

How benefits is it?
• Antioxidant;
• Protects cell damage from free radicals;
• Cardiovascular health;
• Used as AMD inhibitor,cataract inhibitor and eyes benefits;
• Reduces the risk of developing eye cataracts;
• Natural coloring.

How does it work?
Lutein is one of two major carotenoids found as a color pigment in the human eye (macula and retina). It is thought to function as a light filter, protecting the eye tissues from sunlight damage.

what dose is used?
• Multi-vitamin complexes
• Food industry
• Soft-gel capsules and emulsions
• Tablets (direct compression)
• Cosmetic industry
• Beverage industry
• Veterinary applications

what we offer?
Lutein Powder 5%-80%
Lutein Esters 5%-60%
Lutein Feed Powder 2%-4%
Lutein CWS Liquid 1%-2%
Lutein CWS Powder 5%

Key Benefits
•  Own marigold planting base
•  High Bioavailability
•  Non-GMO
•  100% Natural Product
•  All Natural Lutein and Zeaxanthin at customized ratios
•  Eco-friendly solvents and process
•  No Ethoxyquin Used
•  No Artificial Colors
•  No Artificial Flavors
•  No preservatives
•  Kosher & Halal Certified
•  Vegan & Vegetarian Compliant

Are there safety?
Lutein is LIKELY SAFE when taken by mouth appropriately. Consuming 6.9-11.7 mg/day of lutein as part of the diet appears to be safe. Lutein supplements have been used safely in studies in doses up to 15 mg daily for up to 2 years.
Special precautions & warnings:
Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Lutein is LIKELY SAFE when used in the amounts found in food.

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