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Eye Nutrition Summary

  Eye Nutrition Summary

As you can see, there are many different factors that go into good eye care and balancing a healthy diet that will not only protect the body from various ailments, but also especially the eyes.

This is particularly important as we age and the eyes begin to retain higher levels of protein in them, clouding vision and inducing cataracts. However, so many easily accessible foods contain all that we need to stay healthy and maintain good eyesight that sustaining health should be no problem.

Vitamin A reduces the risk of night blindness, dry eye syndrome, blindness, the development of cataracts and muscular degeneration. Vitamin C and bioflavonoids also protect against cataracts and other age-related diseases and carotenoids are generally beneficial to the eyes, while also helping the body to break down and absorb vitamin A.

And so the recommended diet for good eye health should always include brightly colored vegetables and fruits, such as carrots and sweet red peppers, citrus fruits like oranges, green leafy vegetables such as parsley, broccoli or spinach and various nuts and seafood, especially cold-water fish from the sea or oysters.
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