Dry eyes? Blurred vision?
Vision problems may be early indications of metabolic issues – and that requires prompt attention.

Most US adults consider losing their eyesight to be one of the worst ailments they could suffer: even worse than losing a limb, losing their memory, or going deaf..

But because vision problems take a long time to progress, most people have no idea of the risks they face until it’s too late.

Your eye health is intimately connected to your overall health – especially your metabolic function. It is well-established that the various factors associated with metabolic syndrome can increase your risk of developing cardiovascular disease.

But what many people don’t know is that many metabolic disorders can begin with eye problems, including disorders of any part of the eye, extra ocular muscles and visual pathways.

Your metabolic function and blood glucose levels play a major role in almost every aspect of your vision health, from the inside of your eye to the outside. Retinopathy, cataract, and raised intraocular pressure are commonly associated with poor metabolic function and disorders. This is largely to do with the way your body manages glucose and blood pressure.

Poorly controlled glucose has been linked to an increased risk of dry eye disease, cataracts, vision issues, alterations in retinal blood flow, retinopathy, vascular occlusions, macular disease, and glaucoma. Evidence suggests that metabolic health along with blood glucose control could be key in maintaining eye health, especially in those with metabolic syndrome and diabetes

Numerous studies have also linked chronic inflammation and problems with vessels of the eye to obesity and insulin resistance. More recently, however, it’s been suggested that the development of metabolic syndrome may also result from dysregulation of the lymphatic system, and that the lymphatic system acts as a vital link between metabolic syndrome and inflammation.

Dysfunction of the lymphatic system can affect the movement of lipids and fat depositions in the body, which in turn to can lead to lymphedema along with progress of the metabolic risk factors underlying metabolic syndrome.

Other studies have shown that several lymphatic channels may serve ocular fluid homeostasis. What’s more, lymphatic congestion may contribute to several diseases of the eye, including the progression of ocular tumors

For these reasons, proper microcirculation is crucial to overall homeostasis. Microcirculation delivers oxygen and nutrients throughout the body while flushing out carbon dioxide and harmful waste. It also serves to regulate blood flow and tissue perfusion, which is crucial for normal blood pressure and a healthy response to inflammation

Microcirculation is also essential for supplying nutrition and oxygen to the eyes and supporting the physiological function of vision…

Various imaging techniques may be used to examine the lymphatic system. These include an MRI scan, CT scan, a Doppler ultrasound, or Lymphoscintigraphy.These can show blockages or imbalances within the lymphatic system and vascular system.

If a blockage is detected, it is important to act immediately. Several lymphatic channels including the uveolymphatic pathway are thought to be involved in maintaining the balance of fluid of the eye. Impaired aqueous humor flow from the eye may increase intraocular pressure of the eye and influence the development of glaucoma

Stimulating the lymphatic system and supporting the flow of lymph throughout the body could be key to protecting your long-term eye health. This requires both physical manipulation and the intake of specific nutrients that assist with vasodilation and detoxification..

That’s why Alive Innovations created LYMPH DX and V MAX.


LYMPH DX contains a proprietary blend of herbs and botanical essences designed to enhance the lymphatic system. Each ingredient has been specifically chosen for its ability to support healthy lymphatic tissue and manage the body’s detoxification pathways. This is vital for ensuring proper drainage and detox. Whole plants of Fumaria Off, Scotch Pine, and Black pepper help to stimulate the smooth muscles of the intestines, biliary tract, urinary tract, and blood vessels, facilitating regular detoxification. Fumaria Off is shown to help stimulate bile production and support lymphatic flow.

V MAX contains a powerful nitric oxide support blend of L-arginine AKG, L-citrulline, beet, pomegranate, and watermelon. Nitric oxide plays a valuable role in vasodilation by helping to relax the muscles lining the blood vessels. This boosts the flow of blood, lymph, nutrients, and oxygen to every part of the body, including the eyes. Maintaining healthy vasodilation also helps to control blood pressure and reduce the overall risk of heart disease.

V MAX also contains the powerful antioxidants Vitamin C, Vitamin D3, and Vitamin E to help reduce the oxidative stress linked to inflammation. Hawthorn berry and horse chestnut help to maintain endothelial integrity, which is also critical to ocular health

The lymphatic system is central to almost every aspect of your long-term health, from your cardiovascular function to your eyesight. Reducing the risk of vascular issues later in life begins with prevention. That means supporting the body with a healthy diet, regular exercise, and the benefits of LYMPH DX and V MAX..