Lightbody Total Eye Health + Blue Light Filter Supplement Featured in First for Women Magazine

Last Updated on October 31, 2023

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Daily usage of digital devices is taking its toll on eye health with more people of all ages complaining of eye strain, blurry vision, worsening eyesight, fatigue, and dry eyes. The good news is you can improve or preserve your eye health with Lightbody’s groundbreaking Total Eye Health + Blue Light Filter supplement which is featured in the November issue of First for Women Magazine!

Available at newsstands, grocery stores, drug stores, and book retailers nationwide, the article features Tracy Poten, a 51-year-old 911 operator from New York who suffered from dry eyes and fatigue for years. Tracy tried everything from getting more rest to every brand of eye drops she could find but was not able to notice any relief until a friend told her about Total Eye Health + Blue Light Filter.

Tracy tried the supplement and found that after just one month her eyes felt healthier, and her energy was restored. She said that her vision was clearer, and she no longer needed eye drops. Read her uplifting story in the November issue featured below!

Daniel T. DeBaun

Daniel T. DeBaun is an internationally recognized and influential expert in Electromagnetic Radiation (EMF) and shielding electronic emissions, with a particular focus on the effect of exposure from mobile devices such as laptops, tablets and cell phones. Daniel’s concern regarding the health impact of electronic radiation emissions grew from over 30 years of engineering experience in the telecommunications industry, where he held a variety of leadership and executive positions at Bell Labs, AT&T, SAIC and Telcordia. Daniel is co-author of recent bestseller, Radiation Nation: The Fallout of Modern Technology, a complete guide to EMF radiation safety and protection. Daniel is also a highly regarded industry consultant, speaker as well as frequent guest national radio and television programs discussing EMF health issues.