Eye health

 

Being able to see is something we take for granted, yet a variety conditions can threaten good vision. Factors that influence eye health depend upon nutrition, lifestyle, work environment and genetic predisposition. Conditions range from the more serious such as age-related macular degeneration and cataracts to people who have eye strain and poor day and night vision. Find out how nutrients such as bioflavonoids, anthocyanins (found in herbs such as Bilberry), Vitamins A, C and E and minerals Zinc, Selenium and Copper can benefit eye health.

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