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Vision Formula is a synergistic formulation containing vitamins, minerals, herbs and nutrients that are essential for supporting healthy eyes. It also contains important antioxidants that protect against free radical damage in the macular region, retina and lens of the eye. Vision Formula provides vital nutrition for healthy functioning of the eyes and vision.
Take 1-3 capsules daily with meals or as professionally advised.
Each capsule contains: NZ Grape 15,000mg (Equivalent to Grape Seed 1800mg), Bilberry 2,000mg, Ginkgo Biloba 2000mg, Marigold Flower 2000mg (Providing Lutein 8mg), Eyebright 200mg, Beta-Carotene (Pro-Vitamin A) 3mg, Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) 50mg, D-a-Tocopherol Succinate (Vitamin E) 5iu, Selenium (Chelate) 20mcg, Rutin 10mg, Quercetin 10mg, Lycopene 5mg, Bioflavonoids 10mg, L-Glutamine 25mg, Taurine 50mg. This product contains encapsulating aids. Some herbal extracts used.
What is Bilberry?
In Europe, pharmaceutical preparations containing extracts of bilberry fruits are widely used for the treatment of diseases related to microcirculation. During World War II, British Royal Air Force pilots ate Bilberry preserves before night missions in order to improve sharpness of vision and lead to faster visual adjustments between light and dark.
Bilberry contains powerful antioxidants, called anthocyanosides, which work to reduce excess free radicals throughout the body. Certain chemical elements of the bilberry plant can help improve eye health and protect the eyes from disease. According to the book "100 Super Supplements for a Longer Life," by Frank Murray, bilberry protects collagen structures found in the eyes. Bilberry can prevent and treat macular degeneration and retinopathy. Macular degeneration occurs when the macula, a portion of the eye that provides vision for clarity and detail, begins to break down. Retinopathy is damage to the retina of the eye. The retina is the portion of the eye that relays what is seen to the brain.
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