Aip-health News - 4. August
IN THIS ISSUE:
- Can-C is a remarkable eye drop that can reverse senile cataracts
- Senile cataract surgery is one of the most common in the world
- How does N-acetylcarnosine work in the eye?
- Using N-acetylcarnosine (Can-C) eye drops
- Additional benefits of Can-C eye drops
REMARKABLE EYE DROP
Can-C is a remarkable breakthrough, an eye-drop that can reverse senile
cataracts and help prevent other eye aging disorders.
In the East, particularly in Russia, over the last several years, there has been research into a special
analogue of the di-peptide carnosine. This particular form is known as N-acetylcarnosine and it has been proven to
be highly effective in the treatment of cataracts.
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SENILE CATARACT SURGERY
Senile cataract surgery is the most commonly performed surgical operation in the world today. There are 1.35
million eye operations each year in the USA, and while cataract surgery is generally recognised as being one of the
safest operations, there is a significant complication rate.
For example, in the United States 30% to 50% of all patients having cataract extraction, develop opacification
of the posterior lens capsule within two years and require further lazer treatment.
N-acetylcarnosine eye-drops provide treatment without surgery, and allow the patient to keep
their natural lens rather than cope with an artificial one.
The statistics in the human trials show that N-acetylcarnosine eye-drops applied for 6-months twice daily into
the eye, in patients all suffering from senile cataract, had the following results:
- 88.9% had an improvement of glare sensitivity.
- 41.5% had an improvement of the transmissivity of the lens.
- 90% had an improvement in visual acuity.
HOW DOES N-ACETYLCARNOSINE WORK IN THE EYE
Cataracts are caused by the hardening and discoloration of the lens due to lifelong cross-linking
(glycosylation) of the lens proteins with ascorbate. This persists in the aqueous humor at high concentrations, due
to the low availability of natural defenses in the form of anti-oxidants (which decline with advancing age).
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N-acetylcarnosine delivers L-carnosine into the aqueous humor of the eye (the fluid area surrounding the lens) where it acts as a natural and
comprehensive anti-oxidant, protecting structural lens proteins from the free-radical induced oxidation
USING N-ACETYLCARNOSINE EYE DROPS
N-acetylcarnosine eye-drops have been shown to have measurable affects within only one month of use. However, it
is recommended that for maximum efficacy, that administration be continued for a period not less than 3-5 months.
In addition, the drops' effectiveness is increased the sooner they are used after a cataract is detected.
Also, considering that senile cataracts are an on-going aging disorder. N-acetylcarnosine may be required on a
regular basis to help maintain the eye's natural anti-oxidant defenses.
ADDITIONAL BENEFITS OF CAN-C EYE DROPS
Other than senile cataract, N-acetylcarnosine may have other benefits. Although the information is not yet
published, the unique N-acetylcarnosine formula with its added and synergistic lubricants, could also
provide beneficial results with the following eye-disorders:
- Presbyopia - the normal loss of vision focusing ability that occurs with age.
- Open-angle primary glaucoma (when used in combination with beta-blockers).
- Corneal disorders - affecting the outer most layers of the eye.
- Computer vision syndrome - resulting from a prolonged use of computer screen.
- Eye strain - blurred vision, fatigue and pain in and around the eyes.
- Ocular inflammation - happens in uvea, the middle layer of the eye.
- Blurred vision - not a serious eye problem, but it could lead to one if untreated.
- Dry eye syndrome - caused by prolonged use of computer and mobile screens.
- Retinal diseases - related to and caused by diabetes, aging, or other eye trauma.
- Vitreous opacities and lesions - dots, treads or blobs in the eye, known as 'floaters'.
- Complications of diabetes mellitus and other systemic diseases.
- Contact lens difficulties, particularly with soft contact lenses.
Get your supply of Can-C eye drops while the special offer is still on:
Not only do the lubricants in the Can-C N-acetylcarnosine eye-drop help to make wearing contact lenses more
comfortable, but n-acetylcarnosine is also believed to reduce the build up of lactic acid in the eye, thus enabling
the lens to be left safely in the eye for longer.