As the eye ages, proteins in the lens can begin to clump. This can lead to cataracts. People who develop cataracts often experience cloudy or blurred vision and discoloration in their lenses. Click on this infographic to learn more about cataracts.
Prev post1 of 3Next Many people suffer from poor eyesight, distorted vision, or have difficulty seeing objects close up (farsightedness) or at a distance (nearsightedness). Taking proper care of your eyes, including providing the nutrients they need, plays a vital role in keeping them healthy. The overall health of your eyes depends on certain nutrients,
Healthy eyesight & bright eyes requires an intake of the right blend of vitamins & minerals. Dark green leafy veggies are best for age related macular degeneration, retinal damage, cataracts or glaucoma & for the sparkle in your eyes. Yellow & orangefruits & veggies are rich in a pro-vitamin A carotenoid (improves night vision), vitamin C, A, folate & other phytonutrients. Tomatoes are very high in lycopene. Grape seed extracts can protect from oxidative stress & cataract.