Bright Vision

Omega-3 & Lutein | Lemon, Lime & Strawberry

ConCordix Omega -3 Bright Vision is formulated with 4 key ingredients that support eye health. DHA is an important eye nutrient and key for a child’s development of healthy eyes. Lutein & zeaxanthin are carotenoids found in fruits and vegetables that have antioxidant properties. These powerful antioxidants target the retina of the eye to form the macular pigment. This pigment is essential for macular protection because it filters damaging UV light from the sun or blue light emitted by phone & computer screens. Our sugar-free Smart Chews have a delicious flavor. There is no fishy taste or unpleasant fish reflux due to our patented ConCordix technology. Tasty and easy, ConCordix Smart Chews are a fun way to take supplements.

Supplement facts

  • Total Omega-3 283 mg
  • EPA 42 mg
  • DHA 212 mg
  • Lutein 5 mg
  • Zeaxanthin 1 mg

• Serving Size: 1 Smart Chew
• Flavor: Lemon Lime Strawberry
• Color: Orange/red

Health benefits

Omega-3 Supports Brain Development & Function, Aids in Normal Cognitive Function through all Life Stages, Promotes Healthy Visual Function & Heart Health, Aids in Healthy Inflammation

Lutein Antioxidant that Protects Eyes from UV Oxidative Stress

Zeaxanthin Antioxidant that Protects Eyes from UV Oxidative Stress

Our ConCordix technology allows for high payloads, particularly oil-soluble nutrients. For example, one ConCordix Smart Chew can hold up to 750mg of marine oil. One can only imagine a sea of possibilities with ConCordix.

Enhanced absorption

Our patented dosage system packages lipid nutrients in billions of microscopic oil droplets that are stabilized in an emulsion. This technology increases lipid nutrient absorption by 44%. Our unique design is specific to ConCordix Smart Chews which allows the option of combining both lipid with water-soluble nutrients in one convenient dose.

Nutrient absorption

Our GI tract has multiple folds that contain pits which hold finger like projections called villi. These pits, folds and villi increase the gut’s surface and is what allows for optimal nutrient absorption.

Likewise, mother nature strategically packages nutrients in foods to optimize their surface area. For instance, a piece of salmon contains evenly distributed microscopic oil droplets that significantly increases surface area of the nutrients that are exposed to the gut.

We took a cue from nature and created a patented technology which packages lipid nutrients in microscopic oil droplets that are stabilized in an emulsion. This unique design is specific to our Smart Chews. You won’t find our patented emulsification system in any other delivery system in the market today.

Sugar-Free & natural flavors

ConCordix Smart Chews utilize plant-based sweeteners which provide multiple health benefits. Our sugar-free flavor system addresses health concerns such as dental care, weight-loss, and diabetes.

Nutrient stability & earth friendly packaging

Our thoughtful packaging is made from sustainable material which is designed to effectively protect nutrients from oxidation. Cartons that house the aluminum blister packs are made from recycled material. The blister packs individually seal each Smart Chew, protecting each dose from humidity, light, and air oxidation with no exposure to the elements until ready to be consumed. Light-weight and convenient, our packaging is conducive to an active lifestyle.

Omega-3

Omega-3 fatty acids are essential polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA). These PUFAs can not be synthesized by the human body but has many health benefits. The health effects have been extensively documented and probably the most known effect of omega-3 PUFAs is to reduce the risk for cardiovascular diseases. There are also indications that omega-3 PUFAs may lower the risk for dementia and mitigate depression.

The most important omega-3 PUFAs in the human diet are:
1. Alpha-linolenic acid (ALA)
2. Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA)
3. Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA)

ALA is found in plants, including chia, flaxseed, hemp, and nuts. Plants contain of fibers that are difficult to digest for humans and can reduce absorption of essential bioactives. Some studies indicate that ALA has neuroprotective, anti-inflammatory, and antidepressant properties. The human body contains enzymes that convert ALA into DHA and EPA, however, the conversion rates are often very low with ranges between 1% to 20%.

High concentrations of EPA and DHA are found in fish and shellfish. EPA and DHA in fish oil are easily absorbed by the human body. It is known that these PUFAs have different effects.
For instance, EPA is metabolized to eicosanoids that regulate fundamental physiological processes such as cell division and growth, blood clotting, muscle activity, and the secretion of digestive juices and hormones. Eicosanoids derived from EPA may reduce certain inflammatory processes that can lead to heart attacks and strokes.
DHA is not involved in eicosanoid formation but is highly concentrated in the brain and involved in normal neurological development and functioning. Next to that, DHA is an important part of the retina and plays a role in visual development and normal eye function.

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EPA

Omega-3 fatty acids are essential polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA). These PUFAs can not be synthesized by the human body but has many health benefits. The health effects have been extensively documented and probably the most known effect of omega-3 PUFAs is to reduce the risk for cardiovascular diseases. There are also indications that omega-3 PUFAs may lower the risk for dementia and mitigate depression.

The most important omega-3 PUFAs in the human diet are:
1. Alpha-linolenic acid (ALA)
2. Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA)
3. Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA)

High concentrations of EPA and DHA are found in fish and shellfish. EPA and DHA in fish oil are easily absorbed by the human body. It is known that these PUFAs have different effects.

For instance, EPA is metabolized to eicosanoids that regulate fundamental physiological processes such as cell division and growth, blood clotting, muscle activity, and the secretion of digestive juices and hormones. Eicosanoids derived from EPA may reduce certain inflammatory processes that can lead to heart attacks and strokes.

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DHA

Omega-3 fatty acids are essential polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA). These PUFAs can not be synthesized by the human body but has many health benefits. The health effects have been extensively documented and probably the most known effect of omega-3 PUFAs is to reduce the risk for cardiovascular diseases. There are also indications that omega-3 PUFAs may lower the risk for dementia and mitigate depression.

The most important omega-3 PUFAs in the human diet are:
1. Alpha-linolenic acid (ALA)
2. Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA)
3. Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA)

DHA is not involved in eicosanoid formation but is highly concentrated in the brain and involved in normal neurological development and functioning. Next to that, DHA is an important part of the retina and plays a role in visual development and normal eye function.

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Lutein

Lutein is a member of the carotenoid family and is a lipophilic bioactive. It is related to beta-carotene. Foods rich in lutein include broccoli, spinach, kale, corn, orange pepper, kiwi fruit, grapes, orange juice, zucchini, and squash. It is a powerful antioxidant and has the ability to protect DNA and proteins against free radical damage.

Lutein is an important pigment that is concentrated in the human macula lutea (yellow spot of the eye). Some studies have suggested that a sufficient intake of lutein can prevent macular degeneration and reduce the risk for cataracts.

Recent research has shown that the benefits of lutein go beyond vision and eye health. Lutein also supports brain function and enhances memory and learning. It has been postulated that lutein is the dominant carotenoid in the brain, where it influences visual processing and other neural functions. Individuals with mild cognitive impairment have been shown to have reduced lutein status and boosting levels with supplements is associated with improvements in memory.

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Zeaxanthin

Zeaxanthin is one of the most common carotenoid bioactives found in nature. Synthesized in plants and some micro-organisms, it is the pigment that gives paprika (made from bell peppers), corn, saffron, wolfberries, and many other plants and microbes their characteristic color.

Zeaxanthin also resides in the human macula lutea (yellow spot of the eye) and research has suggested that it may reduce the risk for age-related macular degeneration and cataract. It is believed that this carotenoid has a similar chemical structure found in retina pigments. Since the eye is closely connected to the brain, it is raised that zeaxanthin could even benefit the brain.

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