Exclusive: Yung Kien I Plus for Healthy and Beautiful Eyes

Sunday 11 October 2020

Our eyes are the windows to the world. Through them, we witness life's greatest moments and create memories that stay with us for a lifetime. But often, we take our eyes for granted. In today's world, our eyes are more vulnerable to damage. The increasing numbers of digital devices in our lives are exposing us to more screen time than ever before. Long stretches of screen time can cause the eyes to get dry or irritated easily, leading to vision problems. 

According to the world report on vision by WHO, at least 2.2 billion people have vision impairment or blindness of which over 1 billion cases could have been prevented or have yet to be addressed. In fact, up to 80% of vision impairment or blindness in adults are preventable or treatable. Therefore, we need to protect our eyes starting from now, to maintain healthy vision throughout our lives.

Fight Blue Light Naturally

Blue light is the harmful light that we are exposed to everyday in the forms of sunlight, artificial light and digital electronic devices including smartphones, TVs, tablets and computers. Blue light has short wave length and is very high in energy. It is not easily filtered by our eyes and over-exposure can negatively impact our vision, causing digital eyestrain. Therefore, as the uses of these devices increase, the risk to our eyes increases as well. 

This high energy blue light can penetrate deep into the back of our eyes and induce photochemical stress. This may damage the light sensitive cells in the retina, increase the risk of macular degeneration which may lead to permanent vision loss. Besides that, long term exposure to blue light also put pressure on the lens, causing the lens to become cloudy, leading to dry eye symptoms.

Roles of Free Radicals and Antioxidants

Free radicals are the natural by-products of chemical reactions in the body called oxidation. With thousands of unbalanced electrons, these electrons can cause damage to our cells. The tiny spot in the retina called macula is highly susceptible to oxidative stress because it consumes high levels of oxygen that leads to the production of high levels of free radicals. 

These free radicals are very unstable and can cause damage to the cells, nerves and capillaries of the eyes. Long-term accumulation of free radicals can lead to progressive vision problems and macula degeneration. 

Therefore, keeping free radicals in balance is extremely critical in the prevention of macula degeneration. Antioxidants are the natural substances whose job is to clean up these free radical wastes in the cells (like fibre which cleans up the waste products in the intestines). They are able to neutralise the destructive properties of free radicals that are harmful to the body and the eyes. 

Ingredients in Yung Kien I Plus

While it is impossible to completely avoid the exposure to blue light and oxidative stress, there are ways to protect your eyes and maintain healthy vision for a lifetime. Regardless of age, supplementing with nutrients beneficial to eyes starting from today can help to protect your eyes for a lifetime. 

Yung Kien I Plus is a perfect health food to protect the eyesight. It is rich in these 6 major ingredients:

  • Lutein
  • Zeaxanthin
  • Blackcurrant polyphenol
  • Bilberry extracts
  • Astaxanthin
  • Wolfberry extracts.


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