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LactoEye® with Brainberry®

LactoEye® with Brainberry®
LactoEye® with Brainberry®
LactoEye® with Brainberry®


LACTOEYE® with BRAINBERRY® is a hallmark fusion of Six highly efficacious and evidence-based nutraceuticals, exclusively designed to provide key nutrients that support healthy vision, brain fitness, eye-hand coordination, digestive health & the immune system.

  • Filters blue light & relieves eye strain
  • Improves eyesight & visual clarity
  • Enhances cognitive performance
  • Improves immune system
  • Antioxidant protection
  • Promotes digestive health
[1 BOX 21 sachets]


BILBERON®-25 Bilberry Extract
Powerful Antioxidants For The Eyes

BILBERON®-25 is a highly concentrated bilberry extract made from fresh fruits in northern Europe and standardized to contain at least 25% anthocyanidins by Tokiwa Phytochemicals Japan. Clinically proven to enhance visual performance, maintain healthy blood vessels, and hydrate the eyes, BILBERON®-25 also promotes the re-composition of rhodopsin and provides potent antioxidant properties for optimal eye health. In just under 2 months, BILBERON®-25 has been shown to significantly improve eye dryness and fatigue.[1-4]


XanMax® Marigold Flower Extract
Rich in free-form lutein & zeaxanthin

XanMax® is a patented US extract from Marigold Flowers, standardized to highly bioavailable free-form Lutein and Zeaxanthin, the primary yellow to red pigment macular carotenoids in the retina and lens. Acting as antioxidants and blue light filters [5,6], they improve visual performance, as shown in a meta-analysis of eight randomized control trials [7]. Lutein and Zeaxanthin also increase macular pigment optical density (MPOD) by 40% in 180 days [8], improve visual acuity and memory in 12 months [9,10], and buffer against age-related declines in verbal learning and memory [11].


BRAINBERRY® Aronia Berry Extract
Brain Fitness of All Ages!

Aronia berry (Aronia Melanocarpa), also known as black chokeberry, is a superfruit that contains high levels of polyphenols and antioxidants. These properties have been proven to improve the immune system and brain fitness of all ages[12].  BRAINBERRY® is a patented Aronia berry Extract produced by BioActor BV (Netherlands), standardized to contain a high concentration of anthocyanin ( > 15% cyanidin-3-galactosides). Proven by clinical studies, this nootropic nutraceutical has the capacity to improve cognitive health and memory[13,14,15].

Mode of Action:

1.Crosses the blood-brain barrier, enhancing brain perfusion and oxygen uptake.
2.Enhances neural signaling, leading to faster and more accurate visual processing and task performance, improving eye-hand coordination. [16,17,18,19,20]
3.Maintains optimal level of Brain Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF), an essential protein for brain health involved in neuronal plasticity and neuroprotection mechanism that improve learning and memory. [16,21]


Micro-Encapsulated Probiotics (10 Billion CFU)
Microencapsulation technology

LACTOEYE® with BRAINBERRY® utilizes a high-performance micro-encapsulated probiotics Bifidobacterium longum Rosell®-175, that are highly stable and resistant to gastric acidity, compression and heat shock [22]. This probiotic has been associated with numerous health benefits, such as normalising gastrointestinal transit, inhibiting the growth of harmful bacteria, boosting the immune system, and effectively reducing stress induced gastrointestinal symptoms. [22,23] This probiotic has also been shown to improve gut and cognitive health via the gut-brain axis., enhancing mood and reducing stress related symptoms [24,25,26,27].



Liposomal Vitamin C is a highly efficient lipid bilayer-encapsulated form of Vitamin C, [10] that enhances absorption and retention, improving Vitamin C replenishment. [30]

Vitamin C supplementation has generally been shown to:
a)Provide antioxidants protection [31]
b)Protect the lens against UV-induced oxidative damage [31]
c)Protect against cataracts [31]
d)Boost immune system [32]



Recommended For:

  • Professionals
  • Students
  • Athletes
  • Night drivers
  • Contact lens wearers
  • Gamers or Streamers




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