We place a great deal of demands on our eyes (reading, computer, mobile phones, watching TV etc.). At night when there is not much light, our eyes have to adjust and work harder. Some foods are well known for their capacity to boost our visual faculty.
Shortwave light rays (ultraviolet and blue) from the sun interact with certain components in the eye and create free radicals.
ORTHALNET that is rich in antioxidants provides protection against free radicals.
Selenium, zinc, vitamins C and E help protect cells against this oxidative stress.
Zinc helps maintain a normal vision.
Blueberry extract helps maintain boost microcirculation.
Marigold extract helps maintain normal vision.
180 mg natural vitamin C (sodium L ascorbate, 225?% RDI), 100 mg dry extract of maritine pine (Pinus maritima Lam.) containing 95 mg proanthocyanidins, 12 mg natural vitamin E (D alpha tocopherol aceatate, 100?% RDI), 10 mg zinc (zinc gluconate, 100?% RDI), 10 mg dry bilberry extract (Vaccinium myrtillus L.) containing 2.5 mg antocyanidins, 6 mg lutein and 6 mg zeaxanthin extracted from African marigold (Tagetes erecta L.), 50 µg selenium (selenium-enriched yeast, 90,9?% RDI).
Selenium helps protect against free radicals.
Coenzyme Q10 in Ortho coenzyme Q10 occurs naturally in a specific type of f
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