Berry Vision (Berries For Life) 60 Caps
Dark berries to see better in the dark.
Properly functioning vision is dependent on many factors, including diet. The anthocyanins and phytonutrients in certain berries, particularly black currants, have shown great promise in numerous studies of vision health.
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The vision behind BerryVision™ is based on scientifically proven dark berry properties. Black currant anthocyanins help tired eyes associated with excessive computer, cell phone, and tablet use as well as dark adaptation, while blueberry, bilberry, and aroniaberry ensure proper circulation and help with night vision. We also added other scientifically-validated ingredients that fight against age-related free radical damage to the eyes. The ingredients in this formulation have been shown to:*
- Benefit 'tired eyes syndrome'
- Support dark adaptation.
- Possess considerable antioxidant acitivty.
- Contribute to healthy retinal and macular function.
In each daily serving, you get:
BerryVision Plus™ – a premium blend of berry ingredients that includes a whopping 50mg of Black Currant anthocyanins, that have been shown in studies to reduce “tired eyes syndrome” resulting from excessive computer use, enhance dark adaptation, maintain proper circulation to eye tissues, and reduce oxygen radical-induced vision deterioration.
Lutein – a carotenoid present in the retina that is vital for optimal vision and plays a role in reducing the risk of age-related macular degeneration.
Zeaxanthin – the other main carotenoid of the retina that contributes to retinal protection and optimal vision and is often deficient in our diet.
Vitamin A – an essential vitamin needed by the retina of the eye to generate rhodopsin (key element of vision).
Spinach and Carrot Powders - the whole food sources of key vision-support nutrients.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any medical condition.
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