One of nature's richest sources of anthocyanins, bilberry promotes eye health for support you can see.*
You spend a lot of time in front of screens.*
You want to take good care of your eye health due to age or genetics.*
You are prone to physical or mental stress and want to support a healthy, balanced immune system.*
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lactose, corn, egg, fish, shellfish, treenuts, peanuts and gluten. Cross contamination may occur.
Serving Size 1 Vegetarian Capsule
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Combination may result in an additive side effect of blood sugar becoming too low.
Supplement contains ingredients that may alter the breakdown or transport of medications in the small intestine potentially resulting in changes of medication levels and effects.
Medication contains compounds similar to Vitamin A. Combining with supplements containing high doses of Vitamin A could potentially result in Vitamin A levels becoming too high and side effects like nausea or headaches.
Staring at a computer, or phone, can strain your eyes. Bilberries are a natural source of anthocyanins, a beneficial type of flavonoid that promotes eye health and helps ease eye fatigue associated with too much screen time. And like other berries, bilberries have antioxidant properties and support a healthy, balanced immune response.*
Bilberries are small blue berries native to Northern Europe. They are one of nature's richest sources of anthocyanins, a type of health-supportive phytonutrient that gives the berries their rich blue color.* And, like other types of berries and plant-based foods, bilberries have powerful antioxidant properties and support a healthy inflammatory response.*
Take with food and plenty of water