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  1. Eye Vitamins without soy

    Hi, I did two W30s previously and need to get back on the wagon. I've gotten very lax in my foods and gained weight and don't feel that great. I am ok knowing what foods I can/can't have but one thing is a problem. I've been told by my eye doctor that I have the markings of Macular Degeneration. My Mom has it and it has affected her eyesight. I don't have any eye issues yet, but apparently they take years to manifest. I've been prescribed these vitamins that are supposed to help. I've been taking them for a few weeks and just notice they have soybean oil in them. I am wondering if anyone takes these vitamins or other eye vitamins that I could substitute for 30 days. Here are the important ingredients in the vitamins: Vitamins C, E, Zinc and Copper I am sure I could find those Lutein and Zeaxanthin. I did find these other combo vitamins that have all the ingredients but have Lactose Monohydrate in them. Is that allowed on W30? I am not even sure what it is.