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I-SET WITH VITAMINS, SELENIUM AND ZINC

Form:
350 mg tablet
Daily intake: 1 tablet with meal, 3 tablets per day

Active ingredients (daily intake):

Marigold flower 450 mg
   (extract 45 mg, Lutein 9 mg, Zeaxanthin 1.125 mg); 
Bilberry berry 9000 mg
   (extract 90 mg, Anthocyanins 22.5 mg);
Black Currant berry 810 mg
   (extract 81 mg, Anthocyanins 20.25 mg); 
Grape Seed 840 mg
   (extract 21 mg, Oligomeric Proanthocyanidins 19.95 mg); 
Gingko Biloba leaves 870 mg
   (extract 30 mg, Flavone Glycosides 7.2 mg, Triterpenes 1.8 mg)
Microelements
   Selenium (Se) 45 mcg
   Zinc (Zn) 9.45 mg
   Copper (Cu) 1.05 mg
Vitamins
   Vitamin A 1469.16 IU
   Vitamin B1 0.6336 mg
   Vitamin B2 0.90024 mg
   Niacin (Vitamin B3) 9.7086 mg
   Pantothenic acid (Vitamin B5) 3.04128 mg
   Pyridoxine hydrochloride (Vitamin B6) 1.10352 mg
   Biotin (Vitamin B7) 72.6 mcg
   Folic acid (Vitamin B9)132.66 mcg
   Vitamin B12 1.0758 mcg
   Vitamin C 53.196 mg
   Vitamin D3 105.864 IU
   Vitamin E 7.9398 IU
   Vitamin K1 53.064 mcg
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Marigold Flower


Bilberry


Grape Seed


Ginkgo Biloba


Black Currant

Se
Selenium (Se)

Zn
Zinc (Zn)

Cu
Copper (Cu)

VITAMINS
A, B-COMPLEX,
C, D, E, K

INGREDIENTS ARE FOUND TO BE BENEFICIAL FOR THE FOLLOWING AILMENTS:

- Myopia
- Glaucoma
- Cataract
- Age-related macular degeneration
- Pigmentary abnormalities
- Diabetic retinopathy and retinal impairments
- Lens opacities
- UV-induced oxidative stress
- Adaptation to darkness and better vision in low-light conditions

REPORTED PROPERTIES OF INGREDIENTS:

LUTEIN/ZEAXANTHIN
 
Individuals in the top quintile (20%) of Lutein/Zeaxanthin consumption are 50% less likely to develop a cataract compared to individuals in the lower quintile of consumption.
Individuals in the top quintile (20%) of Lutein/Zeaxanthin intake were found to have an 82% lower risk of developing age-related macular degeneration compared to individuals in the bottom quintile.
Higher levels of Lutein and Zeaxanthin in the diet associated with lower rates of pigmentary abnormalities.
BILBERRY
Bilberry shown promise in the areas of prevention of diabetic retinopathy, minimizing the advance of macular degeneration, and arresting cataract progression. Bilberry extract was found to slow the progression of lens opacities in 97% of the cases. Standardized bilberry extract showed significant reductions in intraocular eye pressure (glaucoma factor) after three months of intake.
GRAPE SEED
Grape seeds shows photo-protective effect. Study has demonstrated that grape seed proanthocyanidins (OPCs) inhibit UV-induced oxidative stress. In several controlled trials, subjects improved their visual problems of glare, sensitivity to light, and dazzling.
GINKGO BILOBA
Ginkgo biloba is associated with improvements in ocular blood flow. Ginkgo supplementation causes significant improvements in visual function in patients having macular degeneration, glaucoma, cataracts, and retinal impairments.
BLACK CURRANT
Black currant extract showed a dose-dependant effect on lowering the dark adaptation threshold. Black currant anthocyanins accelerate the regeneration of rhodopsin (visual purple), enabling better vision in low-light conditions. Black currant anthocyanins produce sustained and progressive relaxation of bovine myopic ciliary muscle and could be used for the prevention of myopia.
SELENUIM (Se)
Selenium is necessary for proper functioning of the eyes. Decreased selenium in aqueous humor and serum of patients with senile cataracts may reflect defective antioxidant defense, which leads to the formation of cataracts. Selenium is an important nutrient in the prevention of cataracts and macular degeneration. The effectiveness of Selenuim supplementation against macula degeneration can be enchanced by Ginkgo Biloba, carotenoids - Lutein, Zeaxanthin, and anthocyanins of Bilberry.
ZINC (Zn)
The highest concentration of zinc in the body is found in the retinas, and it is important for the proper functioning of the antioxidant enzymes in the eyes. Two zinc-dependant enzymes are required for vision. Zinc has been shown to protect against macular degeneration and night blindness.
COPPER (Cu)
Copper is also important to the proper functioning of antioxidant enzymes in the eyes. Abnormal zinc and copper metabolism has been described in some retinal disorders affecting the retinal pigment epithelium, including age-related macular degeneration.
VITAMINS
Vitamin A is needed for the development of retinal pigments and deficiency of it actually leads to night vision blindness.
Eye vitamins E and C groups are known antioxidants, which are responsible in stabilizing free radicals. They have been studied to lower the development of cataracts.
Vitamins B and D are important in preventing age related macular degeneration (AMD), the loss of sight in the center of the visual field. Vitamin B complex regulates the homocysteine levels in the blood and reduces inflammation which is an associated cause of retinal vascular problems like AMD.

RECOMMENDED TO:

- Computer users (especially at banks, companies, factories, educational facilities)
- Factory workers (especially working with products which require constant visual attention)
- Car drivers (especially working night-time)
- Learning individuals (schools, universities, colleges)
- Book-lovers
- People working with a lot of documents
- Individuals with symptoms of weakening eye-sight, especially with symptoms of glaucoma, cataract, age-related macular degeneration, pigmentary abnormalities, diabetic retinopathy, retinal impairments, and lens opacities
- Elder people
- Healthy individuals, as a preventive measure against eye-related illnesses
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