Category Archives: Eye Health News

What can you do to save your aging pet’s eyesight?

Table of Contents What can you do to save your aging pet’s eyesight? How to tell if your dog is losing their eyesight? What should you do if your pet has signs of vision loss? Pay attention to your pet’s nutrition Add movement to your dog’s daily routine Canine vision supplements Cataracts are a direct

Tips to apply Can-C™ Eye Drops To Your Dog’s Eyes

Can-C canine eye drops can help reverse eye disease such as cataracts, glaucoma, and dry eyes caused by a reduction in tear production. Regular L-Carnosine eye drops cannot penetrate the eye. However, Wise Choice Medicine’s Can-C eye drops are made with the finest ingredients including the highly researched form of N-Acetyl-Carnosine which penetrates the cornea near

Why are your eyes watering all the time? Learn about the latest risks and solutions for Dry Eye Syndrome.

Dry Eye Syndrome (DES) is a complex and often frustrating condition. If left unresolved it can lead to far more serious eye conditions. Fortunately, there are several ways to alleviate dry eye syndrome and reduce the risk of vision loss. In this article, we will discuss the causes, symptoms, avoidable risks, and treatments for dry eye syndrome.

Is It Possible to Reverse Cataracts Without Surgery?

Previously, cataract formation resulting in the need for cataract surgery was believed to be an inevitable part of the aging process. Current Research has revealed that the topical application of specific nutrients to the eyes can prevent and even reverse the progression of cataract severity for thousands of aging individuals.  In clinical trials Can-C eye drops applied daily were shown to reverse protein aggregation (oxidation) and inflammation in the majority of subjects thereby allowing the eyes’ natural repair mechanisms to keep the ocular lens clear.

How does (Can-C™ N-Acetylcarnosine) actually work to reverse cataracts?

It is now known that cataracts are the result of elevating levels of “ascorbate oxidation” or oxidative stress due in part to oxygen free radicals in the eyes of humans and animals. This unchecked oxidation results in the cross linking of lens proteins, which is a slow glycosylation process. Cross linking of the lens proteins eventually causes a yellowing or browning pigmentation of the lens or (lens opacification) limiting the amount of light that reaches the retina, resulting in worsening vision.