Unless you are living in a cave, or under the rock (then you won’t be seeing this post anyway), most of us spend a fair bit of our time staring at the computer screen, and our smartphones. As a result, our eyes are often working under stress. Or if you are like me (read too many books growing up and kinda still do), sporting a pair of super thick glasses, my eyes are basically the most abused organ (next to my liver, hahaha). My myopia is -7.50 and -8.00 the last time I checked. Scary right? Not to mention my astigmatism. I’m almost legally blind.
Our eyesight is the most important of our five senses, and without our eyes, we can’t enjoy our lives fully. Imagine not being to see the plate of beautiful pasta, or the text messages from your partner. So this little piece of statistics might scare you: eye diseases such as glaucoma, dry eyes, age-related macular degeneration, cataract and presbyopia, have become common modern day diseases and are the leading causes of blindness and serious vision impairments. Fortunately, according to The World Health Organization’s estimate, up to 80 per cent of blindness and serious visual loss around the world is avoidable through prevention or treatment.
You probably have heard of the importance of Vitamin A (Beta Carotene) for eye health. But there are several types of antioxidants we should include in our diet too to improve our eyes. Eating vegetables and fruits like carrots, tomatoes, beetroot, berries, leafy greens can definitely help. But if you do need some extra help in this department, there is Berry Bright.
Berry Bright is formulated by experts using only all natural ingredients to create a high quality potent eye care health drink. Cassis berry, also known as the blackcurrant, is rich in powerful antioxidants. The main active ingredient found in Berry Bright is the Active Cassis Extract 35 that is promoted and backed by the New Zealand government. Active Cassis Extract 35 is a highly concentrated Cassis berry extract where one ton of the fruits will only yield 2 kilograms of the extract, and each batch of extract is standardized to contain at least 35% anthocyanins to ensure product potency and effectiveness. Moreover, Cassis berry contains a group of unique anthocyanins (D3R, C3R, D3G, C3G) that are only found in Cassis berries that have been clinically proven to protect the eyesight, improve vision, prevent eye diseases and thus providing comprehensive care to the eyes.
You may experience some of these benefits when you consume Berry Bright:
• Reduce eye fatigue and relieves symptoms like dryness, irritation, pain and blurred
• Reduce dark circles and improves blood circulation around the eyes.
• Prevent eye diseases, delaying the onset of presbyopia.
• Improve night vision, short-sightedness and light sensitivity.
• High in antioxidants protect from free radical damage.
When I receive the product samples, I was going through a period of time with unstable sleep pattern so as a result, my eyes have been feeling extra tired and are in need of pampering. Berry Bright came at the right time.
The taste is delightfully sweet and fruity, good as a thirst quencher. Personally, I haven’t experienced any major effect but I’m eager to see improvement on my eyes, guess I will need to take this a little longer to find out.
If you want to find out more about Berry Bright, come to Mid Valley Exhibition Center from 20th till 22nd December for the 10th International Health Fair 2013 to meet up with BerryBright personnel, understand better about eye health. I will be there too (will announce date on my social media sites) if you want to catch up with me.
Yes another giveaway! I will be giving 2 sachets of Berry Bright to 10 lucky readers. It’s very simple:
1. Like my facebook page http://www.facebook.com/kellysiewmusic
2. Like Berry Bright Facebook Page http://www.facebook.com/berrybrightmy
3. Leave a comment below indicating you have done so
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