Top Foods for Eye Health

We’ve written countless articles on why we need fruits and veggies – for heart health, asthma and even improving libido. 

Now we can add to that list “eye health” – something that’s so often
taken for granted when we’re young. But, don’t assume your vision will
keep getting worse as you age and that there’s nothing you can do about
it. You can do something about it and here are Samir Becic and  Health Fitness Revolution‘s Top Foods for Eye Health:

  • Carrots: help your eyes by supplying beta-carotene, which strengthens night vision.
  • Leafy Greens: Kale and spinach in particular are
    packed with more than 20 milligrams (in just one cup!) of lutein and
    zeaxanthin—two nutrients that do wonders for your eyes. These nutrients
    have been shown to reduce the risk of age-related macular degeneration
    and cataracts.
  • A Breakfast of Eggs and Orange Juice: Both contain
    almost as much lutein and zeaxanthin as leafy greens, which makes them a
    good alternative if you’re not a fan of greens!
  • Citrus Juice: This includes grapefruit juice and
    orange juice because of their high levels of vitamin C which is not only
    great for your immune system juggernaut, but it’s also been shown to
    help minimize the risk of cataracts and age-related macular
    degeneration?
  • Nuts and Seeds: Vitamin E protects the cells in our
    eyes from free radicals and slows the progression of cataracts and
    age-related macular generation. Eat just one ounce of sunflower seeds or
    almonds, and you’ll earn more than a third of the daily value of
    vitamin E. Love peanut butter? It’s a great source of Vitamin E and
    protein too!
  • Oily Fish: Like salmon, mackerel, and anchovies.
    These types of fish are high in essential fatty acids- good for your
    entire body, including your eyes, by helping with visual development,
    retinal function, and possibly protecting against dry eye.
  • Oysters and Liver: are both full of zinc, which if
    we don’t consume enough of can lead to poor vision and cataracts. Other
    good sources of zinc are fish, poultry, and black beans.
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Updated: September 9, 2017 — 10:45 pm

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