cataracts

  1. Tristan Loscha

    Metabolomics Study Reveals Differences Between Diabetic And Non‐diabetic Patients With Cataract

    An exploratory LC‐MS‐based metabolomics study reveals differences in aqueous humor composition between diabetic and non‐diabetic patients with cataract - PubAg An exploratory LC‐MS‐based metabolomics study reveals differences in aqueous humor composition between diabetic and non‐diabetic...
  2. D

    Cardenosine And Chelation

    For those aware of my issue I have some preliminary but interesting news. So when my left eye drastically declined I had distance consulted an optometrist who tends to implicate heavy metals along with nutritional deficiencies. Then, with limited time and funds, I went in some other directions...
  3. D

    I'm Attempting Reversal Of Advanced PSC Cataracts, Feedback Appreciated

    In April a week after my 50th I finally noticed my vision was terrible. I'd been dealing with some major issues and sort of swept my declining vision under the rug. I've been myopic since age 13 so I was already somewhat used to it. At the ophthalmologist, my left eye tested "counting fingers"...
  4. haidut

    Vitamin E Reduces Risks Of Cataracts By More Than 50%

    Quite a few people have been asking on the forum and via email about interventions for age-related cataracts. Here are some links below. The type of vitamin E used in all studies was alpha-tocopherol and the dose varied from 12mg/day all the way up to HED of 15mg/kg daily for the rodent model...
  5. haidut

    Lanosterol - Liquid Lanosterol For Lab/R&D

    I guess most people on the forum who have heard of lanosterol know it in the context of treating cataracts. Lanosterol - Wikipedia There is a company out there who used to sell lanosterol as eye drops and it is insanely expensive - $100 for a meager 10mg lanosterol. Anyways, lanosterol is...
  6. ken

    cataracts

    Interesting study. Some unidentified sterol restoring transparency. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/20 ... 143817.htm
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