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Benefits of MacuShield
  • Most recommended supplement by eye care professionals
  • Easy to take food supplement
  • Reduces the risk of advanced age-related macular degeneration
  • Contains the three antioxidants which help to protect the macula
What is MacuShield?

MacuShield is the number one recommended supplement by eye care professionals designed to protect the macula and combat the risk of macular degeneration. MacuShield is a once-a-day, easy to take food supplement which combines the three natural nutrients found in your eye to maintain healthy vision and improve sensitivity to light.  

Scientists have found these three compounds (lutein, meso-zeaxanthin and zeaxanthin), also found in plants, help to protect the human eye from free radicals by absorbing blue light – blue light which is ever more present with the rise of television and mobile phones.

Nutritional Information:

Lutein (10mg)
Meso-zeaxanthin (10mg)
Zeaxanthin (2mg)
Vitamin B2


Sunflower Seed Oil, Capsule Shell (Gelatin, Glycerol, Beeswax, Colour: Red Iron Oxide), Marigold Extract, Beeswax

How should I take MacuShield?

MacuShield is to be taken once a day, preferably with a meal. 

What’s the Difference Between MacuShield and MacuShield Gold? 

The difference between these two products is MacuShield is the original and MacuShield Gold is a more advanced product offering additional vitamins and minerals such as Vitamin E, C and Copper to protect the cells from oxidative stress.

Who is MacuShield for?

MacuShield is specially designed for those looking to protect their eye health but its ingredients also make this an effective treatment to preventing the progression of age-related macular degeneration.  


Useful Definitions

Carotenoids – Carotenoids are naturally occurring plant pigments found in nature. Over 700 carotenoids have been identified to date, which include the carotenoids lutein, zeaxanthin and meso-zeaxanthin.

Lutein – A natural carotenoid entirely of dietary origin, which accumulates at the macula at the back of the eye. Lutein is most commonly found in dark green, leafy vegetables such as spinach, kale or peas.

Macula – It is the central and most sensitive part of the retina. The carotenoids luten, zeaxanthin and meso-zeaxanthin can be found at the macula.

Macular Pigment – The dietary carotenoids lutein, zeaxanthin and meso-zeaxanthin accumulate at the macula where they are collectively known as macular pigment.

Meso-zeaxanthin  Meso-zeaxanthin is the most central carotenoid found at the epicentre of the macula. Meso-zeaxanthin is naturally occurring in the human food chain, found in several species of fish to date.

Oxidative Stress – Oxidative stress refers to damage by reactive, unstable molecules. These molecules, which include free radicals, are produced naturally in the body through oxygen metabolism.

Retina – The retina is the light-sensitive layer of tissue at the back of the inner eye. It acts like the film in a camera; images come through the eyes’ lens and are focused on the retina. The retina then converts these images to electric signals and sends them via the optic nerve to the brain.

Zeaxanthin – A natural carotenoid entirely of dietary origin, which accumulates at the macula at the back of the eye. Zeaxanthin is commonly found in brightly coloured fruit and vegetables such as peppers and sweetcorn.


Frequently Asked Questions

Is MacuShield® available in a vegetarian capsule?

MacuShield® Original Formula is available in a vegetarian capsule available from most stockists. It is Vegetarian Society approved for the UK. However, the Gold version is not currently available in a vegetarian option.

We have now launched MacuShield® Original Chewable. A MacuShield® product in bilberry flavoured chewable tablet which is vegan/vegetarian friendly.

Can we ship Macushield outside the UK?

Yes.  You will be charged at the checkout once you have specified the country you would like us to ship to.   Additional import charges may be applied by customs and excise in the receiving country.  
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Can MacuShield® Original and MacuShield® Gold be taken by diabetics?

Yes, MacuShield® Original and MacuShield® Gold do not contain any sucrose (sugar) and may be taken by diabetics.

How are the ingredients in MacuShield® products sourced?

The three carotenoids in all MacuShield® products are a derivative of the marigold flower Tagetes erecta, sourced and grown specifically for the production of lutein, zeaxanthin and meso-zeaxanthin.

Are there dietary sources of macular carotenoids?

The macular pigment develops solely from our diet. An average western diet contains approximately 1.3-3mg of these carotenoids each day. The best natural food sources of lutein and zeaxanthin are dark green leafy vegetables and other brightly coloured fruits and vegetables.

MacuShield® products are nutritional supplements and should not replace a balanced diet.

I am a smoker/ex-smoker can I take MacuShield® Original?

Yes, you can take MacuShield® Original if you are a smoker / ex-smoker as it does not contain beta-carotene.

What are the differences between MacuShield® Gold and MacuShield® Original?

MacuShield® Original and MacuShield® Gold both contain the three macular carotenoids. However, the MacuShield® Gold capsules also contain a blend of high dose Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Zinc and Copper. We also offer a MacuShield® Original Chewable which provides a MacuShield® Original Formula with added vitamin B2.

What is Meso-zeaxanthin?

Meso-zeaxanthin is one of the three macular carotenoids. It is particularly concentrated at the centre of the macular pigment.