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PAIDADVERTISEMENT Couples Rush to Get Newly Approved Vision Pill Clinical studies from Harvard Medical School show active ingredient safely restores youthful eyesight without glasses, contacts, or laser surgery By Patrick Kennedy Health Correspondent CAMBRIDGE, MA — Exciting new studies from Harvard Medical School are creating a surge in demand for the new vision formula called ClearSight Advanced. “We knew we had a successful formula with an outstanding track record, but we never expected this much demand,” said Jonathan Sinclair, President of New Life Nutraceuticals — the makers of this new vision-restoring breakthrough. With such strong clinical evidence behind ClearSight Advanced, it’s easy to see why the public is so eager to get this new vision-restoring formula. To begin with, results from the Harvard Medical School study are impressive. A remarkable 87% of patients taking the active ingredient in ClearSight Advanced report visual improvements in as little as three months — with many patients seeing initial results in as little as 10 days. The results were so encouraging, the lead researcher of the Harvard team, Dr. Max Snodderly concluded, “Perhaps the gradual loss of vision in many older people is not an inevitable consequence of the aging process...” Why So Much Excitement? Scientists from the Schepens Eye Research Institute, affiliated with Harvard Medical School, discovered an amazing nutrient that restores and prevents damage to the macula. The macula is the center part of your retina and is responsible for 20/20 vision. Age-related damage to the macula, called macular degeneration, is the leading cause of vision loss, affecting more than 10 million Americans — more than cataracts and glaucoma combined! This nutrient is not a drug. It’s the active ingredient in ClearSight Advanced. Clinical studies show it supports the macula by increasing “macular pigment density.” Many patients see improvements to their night vision, allowing them to keep their driver’s license. Many are able to see sharper lines and brighter colors. Some report they no longer need glasses, or can at least weaken their prescriptions. And many more avoid further loss of their eyesight. “My close up and distance vision has improved with the use of VISION-RESTORING SENSATION: Seniors report impressive results with the newly released ClearSight pill. Harvard studies show active ingredient enhances eyesight in days without side effects. ClearSight Advanced,” says Scott Fisher of West Palm Beach, FL. “I can see more clearly than I had previously and I don’t struggle to read the small fonts on my iPhone.” Impressive Clinical Results Published in the world’s top medical journals like the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), and Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, the Harvard results are stunning. The results show ClearSight Advanced helps aging seniors with these troubling symptoms: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Near-sightedness Far-sightedness Astigmatism Blind spots Distortions Blurry vision Double vision Spots and floaters Trouble reading Faded colors Poor night vision Eye fatigue Cloudy lenses Difficulty adjusting to darkness There is no miracle cure for vision loss and no substitute for qualified medical advice, but the impressive results provide much needed hope for seniors struggling with failing eyesight. But with such a dramatic improvement in vision and quality of life, it’s easy to see why thousands of callers are jamming phone lines trying to secure their supply of ClearSight Advanced. How It Works The active ingredient in ClearSight Advanced is a carotenoid, or natural pigment, called lutein. The macula is made from this vital nutrient, so it’s required for 20/20 vision. This breakthrough discovery was confirmed when Dr. Snodderly measured the “macular pigment density,” or “thickness” of the macula in volunteers as young as 24 and as old as 84. The Harvard study found that people age 60 and over with higher macula pigment density had eyesight that was just as sharp as the volunteers who were still in their 20s! “Taken together, the evidence suggests that macular pigment may protect against retinal disease by reducing damage that occurs as we age,” Dr. Snodderly said. What Other Doctors are Saying For doctors like Dr. Lisbeth Roy, of Boca Raton, Florida, ClearSight Advanced is the only safe, affordable, and reliable way to support failing eyesight. “I have patients in their 80s who can still drive at night without a problem. When you give your eyes the nutrients they need, you have a good chance of reading, driving, and watching TV without any trouble,” Dr. Roy said. “The nutrients in ClearSight Advanced help you feel more confident about your vision as you age, so you don’t worry as much about things like cataracts, glaucoma, and blind spots... it’s good for more than just reading an eye chart.” How To Get ClearSight Advanced This is the official nationwide release of ClearSight Advanced in the United States. And so, the company is offering a special discount supply to anyone who calls within the next 48 hours. An Order Hotline has been set up for local readers to call. This gives everyone an equal chance to try ClearSight Advanced. Starting at 7:00 AM today, the discount offer will be available for 48 hours. All you have to do is call TOLL FREE 1-800-217-1847 right now. Then, provide the operator with the special discount approval code: CS2019. The company will do the rest. Important: Due to ClearSight Advanced recent media exposure, phone lines are often busy. If you call and do not immediately get through, please be patient and call back. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Professional model used for photo. Results not necessarily typical. Individual results may vary.

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