4Life Transfer Factor Vista®


4Life Transfer Factor Vista®

Lutein and zeaxanthin to promote vision and eye health*

• Supports visual acuity and sharpness

• Includes ingredients to help shield the macula of the eyes from excessive blue light and oxidative effects of the sun

• Promotes healthy eye function

• Supports the eyes’ ability to adapt to varying light conditions



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Discount Based on Quantity 3 - 5 5 %
Discount Based on Quantity 6 - 11 7 %
Discount Based on Quantity 12 - 1000 10 %

Detailed Information:

What is 4Life Transfer Factor Vista?

4Life Transfer Factor Vista provides targeted support to benefit visual performance and eye health. It contains the #1 doctor recommended lutein brand,1 as well as ingredients that support healthy visual acuity and the health and function of the macula of the eye. It also features Targeted Transfer Factor™, specifically 4Life Transfer Factor® Tri-Factor® Formula, to support the immune system.

Key Features

• Targeted Transfer Factor combines the benefits of 4Life’s Transferceutical® ingredients with additional system-specific nutrients to provide a more focused and personal level of health support.

• Carotenoids such as lutein from marigold and zeaxanthin provide critical shielding and antioxidant benefits for the macula region of the eye.

• Bilberry and black currant extracts provide powerful antioxidant support for the eyes.

• Vitamins A, C, and E supply critical nutrients for the cells of the eyes and act as antioxidants to neutralize free radical activity in the eyes.

Did you know?

The macula is an oval-shaped highly pigmented yellow spot near the center of the retina of the human eye. The macula gets its yellow color from carotenoids such as lutein and zeaxanthin. It absorbs excess blue and ultraviolet light that enter the eye. Images viewed are focused within the macula, and it is bombarded with high amounts of light exposure.
To support eye health, wear sunglasses and hats when you’re outside, limit alcohol intake, don’t smoke, eat a nutritious diet, and get an eye exam at least every two years.
Many studies suggest taking Omega-3 and Omega-6 essential fatty acids to support the eyes.2 In fact, lutein and zeaxanthin require the presence of fat to be absorbed into the body. 3 4Life’s reformulated BioEFA® with CLA is a great companion product for 4Life Transfer Factor Vista.

Primary Support: Vision Eyes

Secondary Support: Immune Antioxidant

How is the immune system associated with eye health? Because your eyes are constantly exposed to the outside world, they are vulnerable to a wide range of invaders. The eyes also have a rapid immune cell turnaround, so a well-functioning immune system is the first step in supporting healthy eyes.

Can I get enough lutein and zeaxanthin in my diet? Nearly one in two Americans don’t have optimal levels of lutein in their eyes as they age. Most Americans only consume 1–2 mg of lutein per day, even though 10 mg is recommended.4,5 To get the same amount of lutein and zeaxanthin in your diet as 4Life Transfer Factor Vista provides, you would need to consume:
Lutein 2 ½ cups raw spinach, 4 ½ cups canned green peas, 6 ¼ cups cooked broccoli, 7 ½ cups raw romaine lettuce, or 12 ½ cups cooked green beans
Zeaxanthin 10 medium oranges, 12 eggs, over 2 cups romaine lettuce, or 2 ½ cups cooked green beans

Why are lutein and zeaxanthin important for eye health?

Lutein and zeaxanthin belong to a group of antioxidants called carotenoids. They provide powerful support for the focal point of the eyes, the macula. These ingredients help shield the macula of the eyes from excessive blue light and oxidative effects of the sun. Since the body does not make lutein and zeaxanthin on its own, we must get them through our diet.
Lutein helps eyes see fine details in low light conditions and distinguish between different objects. It increases the ability to tolerate and recover more quickly from glaring bright light, such as headon car headlights at night. Although all of us are born with protective lutein pigment in our eyes, the levels begin to slowly decrease as we age.6,7
Carotenoids, lutein and zeaxanthin, act as a filter that helps shield the eye from blue light, acting like sunglasses.

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