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Your eyes will be grateful!
Eye cells are particularly sensitive, especially to photooxidation, which occurs when the eye is exposed to light, polluted air, radiation and other harmful influences, all of which cause extensive damage. Oxidative changes are the main cause of eye fatigue, eye dryness, macular degradation caused by aging, cataract, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy etc.

Extensive research has shown that certain nutritive and herbal substances help preserve ocular health and improve eye sight by decreasing the effects of photooxidation.

OKUVAL is a food supplement made up of carefully selected substances: blueberry, beta-carotene and lutein, whose beneficial effect on the eyes has been proven by detailed studies.

OKUVAL's unique formula directly improves eye clarity and focus and promotes the general feeling of comfort in the eye. It also helps maintain eye function, decreases disturbances caused by straining and lessens the existing damage to the eye while preventing further damage.

From the media

The Effect of Rizolip on Increased Lipids in Blood
It has been scientifically confirmed that red yeast rice reduces cholesterol and triglycerides in blood and has been an efficient dietary supplement in the traditional Chinese medicine for more than 1,100 years.
Written by: Semira Harčević Vasilik, MD, Spec. of Family Medicine
Proper nourishment, along with regular physical activity and avoiding harmful habits, is an integral part of a healthy lifestyle. We know that food is, in a manner of speaking, our fuel: it ensures our survival, enables us to move, enables the functioning of the organs and provides energy for the organism as a whole. Everything we consume, after it is absorbed, ends up as energy inside the cell.
Slađana Divković dr.med., Acu Medic Centar Zagreb
Coenzyme Q10 – the Modern Panacea*
In 1957, Dr Frederick Crane from the University of Wisconsin discovered the miraculous coenzyme from the mitochondrion of the beef heart and sent its discovery to the pharmaceutical company Merck, where it was isolated and named Q10 due to its chemical composition (quinone and 10 isoprene).
Written by: Dubravka Tarle, MD, Spec. of Clinical Pharmacology; Prof. Zvonimir Pavlek, PhD
Dietary Supplements and Modern Way of Life
Nutritionists recommend that for an optimum balance it would be necessary to take five servings of fresh fruit and vegetables a day, which is difficult to achieve in continuity. This caused a boom of dietary supplements facilitating an overall balance of the organism, which bring vitality and the harmony of body and spirit.
Prof. Zvonimir Pavlek, PhD