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QUESTION: Will lanosterol work on yellow/brunescent cataracts too?
 
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QUESTION: Will lanosterol work on yellow/brunescent cataracts too?


Now I need to know whether it would work on my cataracts - the kind where the lens turns yellow, giving my vision a yellow or reddish tint. Sterols like lanosterol unclump and reactivate alpha-crystallin, which then reverses the cataract. But what about those of us with yellow/brunescent cataract? This means that alpha-crystallin is not just clumped, it is strongly bonded to colored aging pigments. Will lanosterol work in this case too? Anybody with yellow cataract who has tried this, please let us know!!!
 
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