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Did You Know That You Can Improve Your Eyes Through The Right Diet?

You should add nutrients on your diet that is healthy for the eyes. This includes not only carrots, but also these foods:

Foods To Improve Eye Sight

Sunflower Seeds And Nuts

Already 30 grams of sunflower seeds or almonds have half of the vitamin E feed to which health experts advise one adult per day. Vitamin E slows down (together with some other nutrients) the process of age-related macular degeneration and even the cataract can supposedly be prevented with enough vitamin E. Hazelnuts, peanuts and peanut butter are also suitable.

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Dark Leaf

Kale, spinach and cabbage leaves have a lot of vitamin C and E, as well as the carotenoids lutein and zeaxanthin. These two nutrients reduce the risk of chronic eye diseases and cataracts, and protect the retina from harmful blue light and free radicals. They are extremely important for our visual acuity.

Broccoli And Brussels Sprouts 

The vegetable varieties broccoli and brussels sprouts offer a good combination of nutrients: beta-carotene, vitamin C and vitamin E. There are also many antioxidants that protect your cells from free radicals. Especially the retina is particularly sensitive and requires appropriate protection.

Lean Meat, Poultry And Oyster

Zinc is important for transporting vitamin A to your retina, where it is needed for the buildup of pigment melanin. Oysters have more zinc per serving than any other food. If you don’t like shellfish, you can also rely on beef or chicken.

Raw Red Pepper 

Red peppers has from all foods the most vitamin C per calorie. Vitamin C is important for the blood vessels in our eyes and according to science we can prevent cataracts. Other vegetable and fruit varieties such as cauliflower, papaya and strawberries have a similar amount of vitamin C. However, it is best to eat these foods raw as the vitamin C is destroyed in heat.


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