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Dave’s Take: EyePromise Vizual Edge Pro

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Hi MGS Folk. It’s been a minute since I last rolled out a Dave’s Take article, but I thought that this new experiment of mine was worth sharing. You see, that is what makes today’s post a little different. It is an ongoing experiment rather than a review. How’s that for a switch?

Today is the first day that I will be taking the EyePromise Vizual Edge Pro eye health dietary supplement to hopefully improve my vision. Will it work? I have no idea, but that is what makes this an exploration rather than a report. I am starting with hopes, not data.

Why am I focusing on my eyes?

Working remotely over the past year has thrashed my eyes. I can tell that they are strained from working on the computer all day. The excess of blue light and constant focal distance have not been friendly to my eyes. The deterioration is obvious when I drive and the road signs that are usually clear have become blurry. A year of Zoom has fatigued the eyes as well as the spirit. When I see my optometrist this year, a new prescription will be involved.

Lutein and Zeaxanthin

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It was a previous visit to the eye doctor where I learned about taking lutein and zeaxanthin as supplements for eye health. The doc talked about baseball players who were taking it to see the ball better, and that it could help reduce the irritation/glare caused from oncoming headlights while driving at night. Charged up with optimism, I went and bought a bottle of supplements, finished the bottle, and promptly forgot about buying more. Ah the joys of a short attention span.

Padraig to the rescue

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Anyway, here I was knowing that my eyes are struggling, but not really having a plan about what to do about it. As fate would have it, this video of Padraig Harrington dropped into my lap.

 

One of my goals in life is to pay attention to what is in front of me. Kind of ironic to say that when this is all about declining vision, but it often seems like solutions are out there if you can see them. So here was Padraig, a better golfer than I could ever be, looking into eye supplements to improve his golf game. It honestly made me laugh a bit as I don’t even think about how my eyes effect my golf game. They are of course involved, especially with putting. If you can see the contours better, you should read break better.

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Why EyePromise?

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“Putting comes down to confidence and as I got older, I was struggling with reading the greens. However, I’ve now been taking EyePromise for 4 months, and I feel that I can now pick up the change in contrast of the greens much better, which gives me confidence in reading the putts and my stats have improved. I have genuinely found that using EyePromise has helped me.”

-Padraig Harrington

 

Like I said, I try to pay attention to what is in front of me. Although I previously knew about the lutein and zeaxanthin supplements, I had basically forgotten all about taking them in the past to help my eyes. Then along came Padraig and the EyePromise Vizual Edge Pro to remind me. It was life saying, “Hey Dave, remember these?”

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Disclaimer and Plan

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First and foremost, I am not a doctor. I’m more of a test subject at this point. While I am not concerned with any of the vitamins and supplements listed in the EyePromise formula, I would suggest that you check with your doctor before taking these, or anything new. At this point, I am sharing the experience and not endorsing the product.

And so here we are today. Like I said before, I popped the first packet of Vizual Edge Pro supplements this morning. Will they help? I hope so. How will I know? I’m not sure. Regardless, I thought that it would be a fun process to share with all of you. I do know that my eyes could use some assistance at this point. So can my golf game. I’m really hoping for some gains like Padraig discussed in the video.

I’ll pop in here and there over the next month to let you know how it is going. Hopefully, I’ll have an eyeful of insights to share.

For now, follow this link to learn more about EyePromise.

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Hmm. Not cheap. Curious to hear if gains can be quantified in any way, vs anecdotal?

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Me too. Day two and still alive and eyes are still struggling...

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As someone who wore glasses all my life then had LASIK performed a few years ago, it would be interesting to see if this truly helps! Thanks for being the guinea pig @GolfSpy Dave though I am sure no actual guinea pigs were hurt in the testing of this product...right?

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So one way to test, although I guess they're not actually claiming an improvement in actual eyesight, would be pre-test/post-test.  Get an eye exam and your prescription before taking the supplements and then again after.  With an actual objective metric like that, you could test effectiveness.  The things that they list seem very subjective and almost placebo-like in assessment.  But IDK.

Sounds like a fun experiment.  

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$80 a month😂😂

I created my own formula of supplements mentioned from my  local vitamin store & 

Walmart for around $20 a month😁😁

 

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My Dad had an eye appt last week and the ophthalmologist told him to take PreserVision supplements to help retain the sketchy vision he has.  They look like the red oval capsules in the above pic, he takes 1 in the morning & 1 at dinner.  

I was thinking about taking them as well since the doc recommended them.

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