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Nutrition to aid your eyesight

February 23, 2016

Nutrition to aid your eyesight

Food for the mind’s eye.

Protecting your eyes starts with the food on your plate. Studies have shown nutrients such as omega-3 fatty acids, lutein, zinc, as well as vitamins C and E, may help ward off age-related vision problems such as macular degeneration and cataracts. This guide will inform you of the top 10 foods considered to provide adequate nutrition for the eyes. Check them out.

 WheatWheat Germ:

Wheat germ has good levels of Vitamin E which is an antioxidant that prevents the cells from any kind of damage. There are a lot of ways in which you can consume wheat germ each day. Include them in your daily diet for best results for the eyes. You can sprinkle them on delicious smoothies to enjoy the benefits.

TomatoTomato:

Carotenoids in tomatoes help in providing good nutrition to the eyes. It contains lycopene which again aids eye health considerably. It helps prevent damage to the retina and provides it with Vitamin C which helps in protecting the vision.

 SalmonSalmon:

The Omega 3 fatty acid content in salmon is a good nutrient for eye health and is known to reduce the chances of any kind of eye disease. It provides Vitamin D which assists in the maintenance of good eye health.

 Sweet patatoSweet Potato:

Rich in beta carotene (a type of Vitamin A), sweet potatoes make a perfect food for balanced eye nutrition. It promotes all round good vision.

Green leafy vegGreen Leafy Vegetables:

Along with preventing eye diseases such as macular degeneration, you can benefit from the antioxidants lutein and zeaxanthin which help in the prevention of cell damage. They benefit the pigments in the eyes which protect them from any ailments.

EggsEggs:

Lutein and zeaxanthin are two of the enzymes present in eggs that help you achieve the goal of great eye nutrition. These, along with the zinc content in eggs, help in reducing the risk of macular degeneration, thereby protecting one's vision.

CarrotsCarrots:

The high levels of beta carotene in carrots are responsible for the good health of your eyes. It is a form of Vitamin A which enhances proper functioning of the eyes as well as that of the retina. It is known to protect vision as well.

BroccoliBroccoli:

Apart from eye health, this is one vegetable which helps in keeping the heart healthy. Along with lutein and zeaxanthin, it provides good levels of Vitamin C for the eyes. It prevents vision loss and macular degeneration and maintains balanced nutrition for the eyes.

BeansBeans:

Beans, lentils, kidney beans and chickpeas, all contain great nutrition for the eyes. It provides the eyes with the correct amount of zinc needed to activate Vitamin A and provide protection. Add at least a portion of this food to your diet to receive visible results.

AlmontsAlmonds:

The Vitamin E content in almonds provides the required amount of nutrition for the eyes. It also reduces the speed of macular degeneration. A handful of these each day will work wonders for the eyes.

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