Eye Problems That Can Be Avoided with These Foods

        It is said that to have healthy eyes and to reduce your risk of various eye conditions, maintaining a balanced healthy and nutritious diet that includes all the essential nutrients, minerals, vitamins, and antioxidants .


        Some of the specific eye conditions you can avoid with a healthy and nutritious diet:


¨ Glaucoma

¨ Cataracts that can result in cloudy vision

¨ Dry Eyes

¨ Macular degeneration which affects your vision

¨ Poor Night Vision


We found this list of the 5 Best Foods for Eye Health;


Fish are good for eye health and specifically salmon is highly beneficial for eye health. Salmon and other fishes contain healthy fat known as Omega-3 Fatty Acids. It benefits the retina health in your eyes and it helps in visual development. It also reduces dry eye conditions. It is fine to have fish a few times a week. When purchasing fish it is said to be preferable to by wild-caught fish rather than farm fish because farm fish have less Omega– and more saturated fatty acid.


Raw Red Peppers. Bell pepper is rich in Vitamin C. It is said to lower the risk of developing cataracts and the blood vessels’ health in your eyes. It is found in a number of fruits and vegetables like papaya, Bok choy, strawberries and cauliflowers. Heat can break down Vitamin C in these vegetables so it is recommended to try to eat them raw. Bright peppers are rich in Vitamin A and E that benefit the eyes.


Eggs. Eggs are good for your eyes because they contain Vitamins, Lutein, Zinc and Zeaxanthin. Vitamin A protects the surface of your eye known as the cornea. Lutein and Zeaxanthin reduce the chance of your getting severe eye conditions such as cataracts and other age-related conditions. To get the most out of them, it is suggested you hard boil them. Whether you eat them as a snack or a sandwich or in the morning or the evening it doesn't matter. Eggs are said to be versatile and can be helpful no matter what time of day you eat them.


Sunflower Seeds and Nuts. An ounce of sunflower seeds or nuts can fulfill half the per day requirement of the USDA , Vitamin E along with other nutrients benefit the eye by slowing age-related eye conditions and preventing them form getting worse. Peanut butter and Hazelnuts are also rich in Vitamin E.


Dairy. Dairy products like yoghurt and milk are beneficial or eye health. Dairy products contain Vitamin A and some other essential nutrients. Vitamin A benefits the cornea, and zinc’s role is to brin that vitamin from the liver to your eyes. It also improves night vision and prevents some eye diseases. Dairy from grass-fed cows are the most beneficial.


Additional Tips for Healthy Eyes:

¨ Wear sunglasses when outdoors

¨ Maintain a healthy weight

¨ Visit an eye specialist every year

¨ Maintain your blood sugar level

¨ Avoid smoking

¨ When involved with outdoor sports, weigh eye protective gear


And again, to get the most benefits from these foods and from supplements remember studies have shown that Willard’s Water significantly increases your body’s absorption and assimilation of those nutrients.                                                       S                                                            


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