Bilberry (Forestberry)

60 chewy tablets

to help support normal vision

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Bilberry (Forestberry)
Bilberry, a relative of the blueberry, has been renowned for its eye health and vision support. It is a rich source of powerful antioxidants that help protect the body against potential free radical damage. This superfruit also helps maintain healthy capillaries and blood circulation. Made with real bilberry fruit, this bilberry chew is a great tasting and convenient supplement for growing children to help support normal vision.
Ingredients: Each tablet contains: Bilberry freeze-dried fruit powder 100mg. This product contains Dextrose, Sorbitol, Tableting Aids and Flavour.
Suggested Use: Children (age 3-7): Chew 1-3 tablets daily. Children (age 8+): Chew 1-3 tablets twice daily. Take preferably with food, or as professionally recommended. Adult supervision recommended.
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Ozawa Y., Kawashima M., Inoue S., Inagaki E., Suzuki A., Ooe E., Kobayashi S., Tsubota K., Bilberry extract supplementation for preventing eye fatigue in video display terminal workers. J Nutr Health Aging. 2015 May; 19 (5): 548-54.

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Cautions: Disclaimer: Nutritional information contained here is based on research literature and published knowledge on nutrition. Any nutritional suggestions should not be taken as medical advice.

Disclaimer:

Nutritional information contained here is based on research literature and published knowledge on nutrition. Any nutritional suggestions should not be taken as medical advice.