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WHY IS PRODIGY-5™ GOOD FOR ME?
Our eyes are continuously exposed to elements that compromise their health. There are several clinical studies on how accumulated exposure to LED light and blue light is a suspected cause for macular degeneration. How many minutes a day (or, realistically, how many HOURS a day) are you exposed to these? Every time you’re staring at a smartphone, tablet, computer monitor or TV, plus the hours you’re exposed to LED light bulbs, you could be damaging your eyes. The eye-healthy ingredients in Prodigy-5™ are recommended by the AREDS I and AREDS II studies. In short, Prodigy-5 is the best nutrition for your eyes.
Your eyes do so much for you, every day!
TransArmor™ Nutrient Technology — Not all nutritional supplements are the same in terms of quality or effectiveness, especially if if they’re not absorbed by the body. The patent-pending TransArmor™ nutrient technology, found only in ForeverGreen products, improves or decreases the transit time of nutrients through the digestive system and prepares the body for increased absorption of these nutrients, as well as the nutrients in your food or other supplements. Brought to you by the brilliant minds of Adam Saucedo, M.D., and Balamurali Ambati, M.D., PhD, MBA.
Phytoplankton — The most fundamental nutrient on the planet, phytoplankton are microscopic plant-based organisms that generate most of the world’s oxygen. Phytoplankton, found naturally in both salt and fresh water, are a viable source of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and other micronutrients.
Antioxidants — Prodigy-5™ features natural pomegranate and raspberry for a bold flavor that also delivers powerful antioxidants! Antioxidants help to rid the body of damaging free radicals. Antioxidants become a powerful defense system to these free radicals, which if left unchallenged, can contribute to the cause of a range of health problems.
Energy from Green Tea — Prodigy-5™ features natural green tea extract, which is known to help increase energy and mental focus. It helps provide the alertness associated with caffeine without the jittery side effects! Green tea has a range of health benefits, and also contains powerful antioxidants, making it the perfect way to get a little extra boost with your daily dose of Prodigy-5.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
28 SERVINGS PER ENVELOPE
Directions: Mix contents of one packet into 2 or more ounces of water. Consume with or without a meal, once daily.
Before starting a new dietary or exercise program, consult your healthcare provider. If you are pregnant, nursing, have a known medical condition or are taking any medications, it is recommended to consult your healthcare provider before taking this product.
Store in a cool, dry place. Keep out of reach of children.
Age-Related Eye Disease Study (AREDS) https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT00000145
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Age-Related Eye Disease Study 2 (AREDS2) https://nei.nih.gov/areds2