Elizabeth Johnson, Ph.D., scientist II in the Carotenoids and Health Laboratory at Tufts University, is an expert on lutein, the antioxidant that supports prevention (or delay) of age-related eye diseases. Get a sneak peek into the ingredient before she presents at Nutracon 2011 in the healthy aging track on "The role of lutein in neural health – from the retina to the brain."
Hear answers to:
- How big a part of "healthy aging" is eye health?
- What makes lutein different from other carotenoids such as beta-carotene or zeaxanthin?
- What's the most compelling piece of research to back lutein's efficacy for eye health?