Blackcurrant Anthocyanins

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These are naturally occurring plant pigments responsible for the red, purple and blue colours of many fruits, vegetables, cereal grains and flowers.

Blackcurrant Anthocyanins belong to a group of antioxidants highly valued for their effects on visual acuity. Not only do they help to fight free radicals, they relieve tired eyes and improve vision in the dark. Blackcurrants contain one of the highest anthocyanin levels, higher than blackberries and bilberries.

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