|By Marketwired .||
|June 11, 2013 11:00 AM EDT||
DALLAS, TX -- (Marketwired) -- 06/11/13 -- The ability to see better, and faster, can improve performance for just about every sport, from baseball to tennis, soccer to volleyball, hockey to hunting and more. Proper nutrition plays a significant role in eye health, but most athletes are not receiving the nutrients they need through food alone. Cooper Complete® MVP (Maximum Vision and Performance), the newest addition to the Cooper Complete line of Nutritional Supplements, is formulated to deliver key nutrients proven through clinical trials to enhance vision and athletic performance.
"Considering that it takes no more than half a second for a pitch thrown at 80 miles per hour to reach the plate, a baseball player must evaluate the speed, direction and anticipated path of the pitch in just a fraction of a second," said Todd Whitthorne, President and CEO of Cooper Complete Nutritional Supplements. "Great hand-eye or foot-eye coordination must always start with great vision. Cooper Complete MVP is the first product of its kind specifically formulated to give athletes the nutrients they need at the proper dosage to help maximize potential."
The ingredients in Cooper Complete MVP are pure, potent and supply the proper nutritional levels that research shows are most beneficial for those looking for an additional edge in competition. Two soft gels of Cooper Complete MVP taken daily provide the following important nutrients.
- Flora-GLO Lutein® and Zeaxanthin: These carotenoids can improve tolerance to glaring natural and artificial light by 58 percent and reduce glare recovery time by up to five seconds. This combination also improves sensitivity to light and contrast sensitivity, for example the ability to distinguish a baseball or volleyball from the sky. Lutein and Zeaxanthin may also increase temporal processing speeds, which allow you to "take more snapshots" leading to faster reaction times and quicker decisions.
- Omega-3: Increasing the levels of long-chain omega-3 fatty acids (EPA+DHA) in the cells not only improves overall health, immunity and vision, but supplementation has also been reported to aid in management of heart rate, breathing, muscle contraction, inflammation and the utilization of oxygen.
- Vitamin D-3: Besides improving immunity and bone density, scientific literature indicates vitamin D may also aid in muscle strength, balance, endurance, reaction time and potentially vertical jump.
"You can trust all Cooper Complete products to be exactly what you see on the label; nothing more, nothing less," said Jill Turner, Vice President of Operations for Cooper Complete Nutritional Supplements. "Cooper Complete MVP not only enhances vision, but also includes the proper dosage of omega-3 and vitamin D, two nutrients that are critical to good health yet most Americans have deficiencies in."
The Cooper Complete line of nutritional supplements was developed in 1997 and now includes more than 20 products, many of which have been clinically studied with the results published in various scientific journals. Cooper Complete MVP is certified pure by the Banned Substances Control Group (BSCG) Program. BSCG provides pre-market, third-party verification that Cooper Complete MVP is free of any banned substances.
A one-month supply of Cooper Complete MVP retails for $34.95 and is available for purchase at coopercomplete.com.
About Cooper Complete
Cooper Complete® nutritional supplements boost the vitamins and nutrients the body needs, helping people Get Cooperized. Developed by Kenneth H. Cooper, MD, MPH, and an advisory board of respected experts, Cooper Complete nutritional supplements are pure, potent and scientifically proven to improve well-being. Products include multivitamins for adults, children, teens and elite athletes, and supplements for bone, joint, cardiovascular, eye, skin and prostate health. Cooper Complete can be purchased online, by phone or at select retail locations. For more information, call 888.393.221 or visit coopercomplete.com.
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