TOZAL - Product Bottle

Dietary Supplement Formulated to help Support Ocular Health with Actilease Beadlet Technology. [▵,1]

TOZAL® is beta-carotene free and goes beyond the AREDS 2 formula to help support ocular health with a combination of Taurine, Omega-3 from fish oil, Zinc, Antioxidants, Lutein/Zeaxanthin, Vitamins A, B6, D3, and Folic Acid. The comprehensive ingredient formulation found in TOZAL may eliminate the need for costly additional dietary supplements. [2]

Compare and you’ll see why TOZAL is the must have dietary supplement that goes beyond the AREDS 2 formulation to support ocular health.

Benefits - TOZAL

Supporting your ocular health

The benefits of TOZAL

With a combination of Taurine, Omega-3 from fish oil, Zinc, Antioxidants, Lutein/Zeaxanthin, Vitamins A, B6, D3, and Folic Acid, the name says it all TOZA goes beyond the AREDS 2 formula to support ocular health.

Dr Edward Paul Jr., OD, PhD - TOZAL Article

Treating Dry Macular Degeneration with Dietary Supplements

A CONVERSATION WITH EDWARD PAUL JR., OD, PhD

We interviewed Edward Paul Jr., OD, PhD, an expert in AMD, about the two AREDS formulations, treating age-related macular degeneration, and his thoughts on how dietary supplements may benefit the eyes.

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TOZAL® goes beyond the AREDS 2 formula to support ocular health.

Resources: 

[1] Actilease®. (2015). Retrieved from DSM. Actilease® beadlet technology, used in FloraGlo® Lutein and OPTISHARP® Zeaxanthin, protects micronutrients within a food starch matrix, preventing tableting losses and interactions with other compounds. This leads to better dissolution, making the ingredients more available for absorption when they reach the stomach. Learn more at DSM.com 

[2] For the Public: What the AREDS Means for You. (2013). Retrieved from National Eye Institute.