FOODS GOOD FOR EYESIGHT.
March 2, 2021
If you struggle with daytime vision problems, blurriness, nighttime vision and eye floaters, I need you to go through this article to its completion so that we can help you improve your vision. Science has proven that there are several types of foods that you can eat to improve your vision starting today. and there are some type of diets that you can begin to follow and adapt to in order to improve your vision. Start eating these foods daily so that you can start to see a difference in just a matter of time.
- BRASSICA VEGETABLES.
These include foods such as broccoli, cauliflower, kale, spinach and bokchoy. These brassica vegetables are high in both lutein and zeaxanthin. Lutein zeaxanthin are antioxidants that concentrate in the retina which help with daytime vision, blurriness, nighttime vision and floaters.
A combination tea of bilberry and rosehips are extremely high in vitamin C, polyphenols and proanthocyanadins that feed the eyeballs.
- CARROTS AND CARROT JUICE.
Carrots are rich in beta- carotene which is a carotenoid pigment the precursor to vitamin A. Vitamin A or vitamin A deficiency is the leading cause of blindness in the developing world. Lack of vitamin A can lead to cataracts or even macular degeneration.
- CITRIC FRUITS.
These are fruits such as lemons but especially oranges that are great for eye health. Fruits that are rich in vitamin C can help improve the eye health because it prevents inflammation and helps in healing those inflammatory states or conditions of the eye. Oranges especially are rich in vitamin C and booste the functioning of your eyes and can reduce the risk of cataracts to a great extent. So make sure you include citrus fruits in all your daily meals to keep that vision clear and healthy.
They contain vitamin C and resveratrol which are great in eye circulation also contain lutein and zeaxanthin that are great for the eye health. Blueberries also contain antioxidants is rich amounts. This fruits helps preserve the eye of the micro blood vessels in the retina which can damage and bleed especially in diabetic or hypotensive patients.