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Nutrition for Healthy Veins

Vein and capillary supplements

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    • Powerful combination product
    • Incudes disomin 675mg per daily dose
    • Ultilises powerful flavonoid rutin
    • With added vitamin E and bilberry
    • Vegetarian and vegan
    • Please note: product packaging received may vary from that shown?


What is Nutrition for Healthy Veins?

Pregnancy, poor circulation, lack of exercise, standing on your feet all day and advancing years can contribute to unsightly veins.

Your veins unlike arteries, whose muscular walls are much stronger, rely on your skeletal muscles to help them transport blood back to the heart against the pull of gravity. When they lose their tone they become less effective at this job and pooling of the blood can occur leading to thread veins or even varicose veins.

Just like the rest of your body your circulatory system needs nutrients too. This then is the perfect combination. We have teamed up the classic benefits of vitmain E which is needed to protects cells from oxidative stress, and often linked to a healthy heart, with powerful antioxidant flavonoids, disomin found in ctirus fruits and rutin found in buckwheat.


Why is ours better?

This unique formulation focuses around diosmin and rutin but with the added benefits of vitamin E and bilberry, all in an easy to swallow vegetarian capsule. Each daily dose provides a mighty 675mg of diosmin and 540mg of rutin - packing a powerful punch. 


Who is this for?

This is the perfect formulation for anyone who stands on their feet all day. Also useful for those who struggle to get enough exercise to give the veins the tone that they need. It can also be used after pregnancy, although wait until you are no-longer breastfeeding. For anyone concerned about their capillaries, veins or circulation. 


Three capsules typically provide

675mg Diosmin, 540mg Rutin, 180mg Bilberry fruit extract 4:1, 15mg Vitamin E.

Approx capsule size 18.5 x 7.5mm

Suggested intake

Take 3 capsules a day, with meals.

Please note

Not advisable if taking aspirin or warfarin. Not suitable for citrus allergy sufferers. Buckwheat starch is used in the manufacture of Rutin.


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