Improve your eyesight and prevent vision loss
without glasses, contacts, drugs, or surgery.
If you are wondering how to improve your eyesight or whether it is even possible to do so, you have come to the right place.
At the Cambridge Institute for Better Vision we take a holistic approach to vision care.
With the right combination of nourishment, eye exercises, relaxation, and attitude change, we have helped over a quarter of a million people improve their eyesight.
Rather than relying on lenses, surgery, or drugs, natural eye care enhances the eyes’ natural ability to see. Unlike glasses, contacts, drugs, or surgery, our approach targets the root of the problem to heal and repair vision.
It’s never too soon or too late to start taking care of your eyes. Whether you’ve just discovered a problem, have been wearing glasses your whole life, or have perfect eyes and want to make sure they stay that way, we are here to support you.
Over the years the Cambridge Institute has collaborated with many experts in the field of vision care to bring you the best products to support you on your path to better vision.
Since 1976 our company has worked with people from around the world who are looking for a better way to approach eye and vision care.
What we can help with
On our website you will find natural approaches to vision problems of a medical nature like Cataracts, Glaucoma and Macular Degeneration.
You will also find methods for helping common vision problems of all kinds:
• Nearsightnedness • Farsightednsess • Presbyopia • Binocular Vision Problems • Astigmatism • Eye Imbalances
• Poor Night Vision • Eye Strain and Discomfort • Computer-Related Eye Problems
All of our nutritional supplements and eye drops have been formulated using top-quality ingredients and manufacturing processes.
Our vision programs are expertly designed to guide you through a progression of vision practices that will help improve your eyesight.
Over the years we have worked with experts in the field to create audio events and lectures packed full of valuable information and insights.
Developing cataracts is not a sign of aging but a message that your visual system and your body are out of balance...
Macular Degeneration is widely recognized as one of the more nutritionally responsive conditions...
Presbyopia is the gradual loss of your eyes' ability to focus on nearby objects. It's a natural part of aging...