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|Packaging Size||25 Kg|
|Molecular Weight||568.88 g/mol|
|Shelf Life||3 Years|
|Molar Mass||568.88 g/mol|
Zeaxanthin pays a role in protecting the eyes from the harmful effects of oxidation and light-induced damage. Zeaxanthin is a yellow-colored pigment found in the center of the macula. It is found in high levels in dark green vegetables, orange and yellow fruits, and egg yolks. It also gives paprika, saffron, and corn their characteristic colors.The macula is the most sensitive part of the retina. It has the the most photoreceptors in the retina and counts as the place where our sharpest vision is produced. It is also responsible for our ability to perceive colors.
Zeaxanthin, along with lutein, is the only dietary carotenoid that accumulates in the retina, particularly the macular region. (Meso-zeaxanthin is the third dominant carotenoid at the very center of the macula, where zeaxanthin is dominant, just off-center.) Because both substances are found in large amounts in the macula, they’re known as macular pigments.
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