Bilberry is also known in some parts of the U.S. as huckleberry. During World War II, British pilots ate bilberries before their night flights to nutritionally support their vision.
Bilberry's active constituents include anthocyanins, which are strong antioxidants that offer benefits to capillaries.
200 mg calcium (20% of Daily Value), 160 mg phosphorus (16% DV) and bilberry fruit extract.
Take 2 tablets with a meal three times daily. Each tablet contains 40 mg bilberry fruit extract standardized to 25 percent anthocyanins. Bilberry should be used over time in order for the body to best assimilate its unique nutritional properties.