- Powerful and synergistic antioxidant cocktail.
- Contains bilberry, blueberry, cranberry, elderberry, strawberry and raspberry.
- Associated with reduced cellular ageing.
Optiberry® is a specific, proprietary blend of extracts and concentrates (bilberry, blueberry, cranberry, elderberry, strawberry and raspberry), formulated and standardised to provide biologically active levels of the anthyocyanins malvidin, cyanidin, delphinidin and petunidin. Anthocyanins are the pigments which give berries their colour and which provide them with natural protection from oxidation. Optiberry® is the result of extensive scientific research that has methodically evaluated key functional parameters (antioxidant activity, bioavailability, cytotoxicitiy, etc) of numerous berry extracts in order to determine the optimal formulation.
Those who take Optiberry® regularly can expect:
Like Optiberry®, the antioxidant concentrate AntiOxidant Synergy may also be of interest. This cocktail of antioxidants contains, in particular, epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) from green tea, curcumin from curcuma, proanthocyanidins from maritime pine bark extract, xanthones from mangosteen extract and polyphenols from grape seed extract.
|Daily serving: 2 capsules
Number of servings per bottle: 60
|Quantity per serving|
[Extract of wild blueberry (Vaccinium angustifolium), extract of wild bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus), strawberry powder (Fragaria chiloensis), cranberry powder (Vaccinium microcarpon), extract of elderberry (Sambucus nigra) and raspberry powder (Rubus idaeus).]
|Other ingredients: Acacia gum, rice flour.
Optiberry® - Interhealth N.I.
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