Products for acute vision

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04 December 2012, 14:23

How can you improve vision without resorting to the use of tablets and various supplements? Ilive presents a rating of products that have a positive effect on vision and help reduce the risk of age-related changes.

Broccoli, cabbage, spinach and eggs

These products are powerful antioxidants, they contain zeaxanthin and lutein. They reduce the risk of developing cataracts, protect against retinal injuries and inhibit the formation of macular degeneration.

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A wonderful source of ascorbic acid and vitamin C. In addition to oranges, these substances are found in tomatoes, peaches, red peppers and strawberries. The use of these products helps reduce the risk of developing cataracts by maintaining the normal state of the blood vessels of the eyes.


Peanuts protect the eyes from the harmful effects of free radicals due to the high content of vitamin. In addition, peanuts can reduce the risks of development and progression of age-related macular degeneration and cataracts. In addition to peanuts, the source of vitamin E is hazelnuts, almonds, other nuts and seeds.


Beans are very useful for maintaining eye health. It contains a lot of zinc, an element very important for eye health: it facilitates the transport and assimilation of vitamin A, which is also responsible for visual acuity. In addition, zinc you will find in products such as beef, seafood, pumpkin seeds and beef.


This fish is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which help protect the body from many diseases. If a person lacks omega-3, then often this leads to the syndrome of a "dry" eye. Also, omega-3 fatty acids are found in mackerel, herring, linen change and walnuts.


Recent studies of scientists suggest that a diet with a low glycemic index can help reduce the risk of developing age-related macular degeneration by 10%. To reduce the glycemic index in your diet should be present whole grains, which contain fiber: grain bread, brown rice, oats and vegetables.


If you see very badly in the dark compared to other people, then this problem will help solve apricot, which includes carotenoids and beta-carotene - the precursors of vitamin A. In addition, it will help stop the development of cataracts.

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