New Blueberry And Fish Oil Pills For Video Gamers

Posted: Apr 9 2008, 2:30am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:17am CDT, in News | Gaming


New Blueberry and Fish Oil Pills for Video Gamers
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New supplement pills for video gamers hit the market in Japan.

Kyowa-Yakuhin produces two different natural supplements for gamers. The Blueberry pills are supposed to be good for the eyes and the Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) pills derived from purified fish oil, safflower oil, gelatin, glycerin and antioxidants enhances your concentration.
Each video gamer supplement package of 30 pills sells for 880 yen (~$9) on store (Japanese).

We just recently reported about the FpsBrain Pills from German company, which are the first neural accelerator drugs for video gamers.

Improving your health with supplements is so yesterday. Pills that improve your Halo 3 kill rate are the new trend.

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