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Food supplement of vitamin E, lutein and minerals with ginkgo biloba

Box of 20 chronoactive tablets


MACULAR active

Food supplement of vitamin E, lutein and minerals with ginkgo biloba. Indicated in case of increased need for lutein, zinc, copper, selenium, vitamin E and flavonoids in order to improve the main biochemical processes related to correct retinal and macula lutea function.
It has a dual activity:
- photo protection against blue light,
- neutralization of free radicals and reactive oxygen species.
The body is not able to synthesize lutein and therefore must take it with the diet. In the eye it is mainly deposited in the central part of the retina (macula) and in the lens, where it is partly transformed into zeaxanthin.
Ginkgo biloba extract
The substances contained in the extract help to improve the blood flow at the retinal level and the perfusion speed, allowing for a better concentration of Lutein, Vitamins and Trace Elements at the level of the retinal tissues, especially if there are metabolic and vascular disorders such as those of AMD. The Ginkgo biloba extract for a scavenger effect, helps to prevent endothelial damage, at the capillary level, and neuronal damage, at the photoreceptor level, caused by free radicals. It also helps improve blood flow by modulating vascular tone, helps reduce plasma viscosity and increase erythrocyte deformability for a haemorheological effect.
Zinc, Copper and Selenium
They have a metabolic effect and help activate the enzymatic complexes on which the body's protection system against oxidative stress is based.
Vitamin E
It is a fat-soluble antioxidant that helps protect the retinal photoreceptors from lipoperoxidation.
Does not contain gluten.


for 1 tablet
Lutein 10 mg
Ginkgo Biloba 130 mg
Zinc 15 mg
Copper 1.1 mg
Selenium 55 µg
Vitamin E 30 mg

How to use
1 tablet per day.

Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
Keep out of the reach of children under three years of age.
The supplements are not intended as a substitute for a varied diet.
For pregnant or breastfeeding women and children, it is recommended to seek medical advice.
Ginkgo biloba has a synergistic activity with some anticoagulant or antiplatelet aggregation drugs. In case you are taking these drugs, it is advisable to consult your doctor before taking the product.

Box of 20 chronoactive tablets.

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