A cataract is a clouding of the lens in the eye. Normally the lens is clear and sits behind the iris and pupil and focuses light onto the back of the eye. When it becomes clouded, vision is hazy and blurred. It is caused by the proteins in the lens sticking together and usually happens as we grow older. The condition can be resolved by a day operation to replace the lens with a plastic one.
As an alternative to surgery anti-ageing Can-C eye drops containing a natural anti-oxidant, N-acetylcarnosine, are available and can be useful. They are safe to be used by most people, including those with cataracts.
Instil two drops into one or both eyes twice a day and the maximum obtainable results are usually achieved in a 3 to 5 month period, however there are often noticeable benefits within only 1 month. Use in conjunction with Can-C Plus capsules for a synergistic combination of ingredients that provides an environment for Can-C Drops to be even more beneficial.
In this video we outline the key stats about cataracts and cataract surgery, before reviewing the Russian research lead by Dr Mark Babizhayev at the Helmhotz eye institute in Moscow into the dipeptide N-acetylcarnosine.
The exact NAC used in those trials is only contained in the official approved Can-C Eye drop brand.