A TOTAL multivitamin + A TARGETED eye vitamin
Frequently Asked Questions
HOW TO TAKE MAXIVISION
How do I take Maxivision?
MaxiVision is the only eye vitamin that offers the option of a Single Daily Dose. The single daily dose is available with our powdered drink mix. Once a day, just stir it into a glass of water, drink it and you're done! We also offer convenient veggie caps (2 taken twice a day).
How can I order?
Order directly from this website at our PRODUCTS page, or call Customer Service at (878) 219-2500.
Can I get discounts on MaxiVision?
Yes! Save by ordering a 3-month supply. With our Auto-Refill program -- you get an even bigger discount PLUS FREE SHIPPING on every order. We even have a 12-month option that can save you over $150!
How does the Auto-Refill program work?
Each shipment brings you a 3-month supply of MaxiVision. Your credit card is billed for the order in three monthly installments. You save on the regular monthly price and always receive FREE SHIPPING -- which gives you extra savings. You may cancel your participation in the program simply by calling Customer Service at 1-888-577-4165 at least 1 week before your next scheduled shipment.
What if I am not satisfied with MaxiVision?
Here's our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee: Simply return the unused portion of MaxiVision within 30 days from when you received your order. We will refund your money by issuing a credit to your charge card or, if you paid by check or money order, sending you a check for the product price you paid. Shipping charges cannot be refunded.
SAFETY & RESEARCH
What is the research behind MaxiVision?
Ever since MaxiVision first came on the market, its formula has been based on the most-respected studies into how eyes age and how nutrition can support healthy vision. In 2013, results of a landmark study supported the formulation we use today. This research is: Age-Related Eye Disease Study 2 (AREDS 2) Study Group: Lutein + Zeaxanthin and Omega-3 Fatty Acids for Age-Related Macular Degeneration.
Is MaxiVision safe?
MaxiVision has been on the market since 1998 and we have a long track record of customer satisfaction and doctor recommendations. In addition, the MaxiVision contains NO beta carotene and NO synthetic Vitamin E - both of which have raised possible safety concerns.
WHAT'S IN MAXIVISION?
How much lutein and zeaxanthin does MaxiVision contain?
20 mg lutein and 4 mg zeaxanthin – two times the amount of other eye vitamins such as PreserVision or I-Caps. This is important because studies show that supplemental lutein and zeaxanthin can predictably increase macular pigment and support eye health as we age. It is also important to know that our lutein comes from FloraGLO® – natural source that studies show does a better job of getting into your blood stream so you can actually benefit from the lutein.
Does MaxiVision contain Omega-3?
No. The AREDS 2 study did not find omega-3 to improve the original ARED eye vitamin formulation.
Does MaxiVision contain beta carotene?
No. Beta-carotene was part of the original ARED eye vitamin formulation, but there are concerns about the safety of taking beta-carotene. This is particularly true for people who smoke or have done so in the past. The AREDS 2 study found that replacing the beta-carotene with lutein and zeaxanthin (two other carotenoids) was effective – the ingredients used in MaxiVision.
WHAT HAPPENS AS WE AGE?
In our eyes, the density of pigment in the macula area can deteriorate. Signs of this can include Drusen deposits in the macula, blurred central vision and sensitivity to glare. Major research studies show that the antioxidants lutein and zeaxanthin play a key role in the density of the eye's macular pigment. Vitamins, minerals and other antioxidants also play a key role in supporting whole-body health. These cell-builders and antioxidants are contained in foods, but it's often hard to get the level of them needed to support macular pigment and overall health as we age. Plus, medications, alcohol, smoking, illness and age-related issues can keep you from getting the full benefit. Studies show taking certain eye vitamins and supplements can help. (This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.)