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1 Green vegetables diet for healthy eyes on Fri May 02, 2014 7:33 am

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There most of peoples are underestimate advantage of green leafy vegetables, and as we know most of peoples are suffering low eye vision. so i want to tell you green leafy vegetables are very help full to solve low eye vision problem. green vegetables are good source of vitamins, that is so good for our healthy eyes and help to boost eye vision. there some diet that we have to avoid like junk foods and soft drinks, that diet causes of low eye vision.

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2 Re: Green vegetables diet for healthy eyes on Thu Sep 04, 2014 5:18 am

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3 Re: Green vegetables diet for healthy eyes on Mon Sep 08, 2014 9:05 am

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Beta-carotene, a type of vitamin A that gives these foods their orange hue, helps the retina and other parts of the eye to function smoothly. Leafy greens and egg yolk are packed with lutein and zeaxanthin—antioxidants that, studies show, lower the risk of developing macular degeneration and cataracts. Citrus and berries are best source of vitamin C, which has been shown to reduce the risk of developing macular degeneration and cataracts. Almonds are filled with vitamin E, which slows macular degeneration, research shows. One handful (an ounce) provides about half of your daily dose of E.

4 Re: Green vegetables diet for healthy eyes on Wed May 06, 2015 7:32 am

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Collard greens, kale and spinach - studies on ocular nutrition and eye health show that eating foods rich in carotenoids is associated with reduced risk of developing age-related macular degeneration. Foods rich in carotenoids are leafy green vegetables such as spinach, collard greens and kale. Macular eye nutrition becomes increasingly important as we get older.

Green vegetables and corn - another study on ocular nutrition and eye health has shown a reduced risk of developing cataracts for persons having diets higher in lutein and zeaxanthin. Foods high in these two carotenoids include broccoli, collard greens, corn, green peas, kale, romaine lettuce, spinach, turnip greens and zucchini. Lutein is also found in egg yolks. Persons with diets high in lutein and zeaxanthin were also less likely to need cataract surgery. In another study done on persons ages 40-59, those with diets high in lutein and zeaxanthin experienced a reduced risk of developing adult macular degeneration.

Apricots, bilberries and blueberries - apricots are rich in beta carotene and lycopene that help promote good vision. Beta carotene is converted by the body to vitamin A as needed, an important antioxidant that resists oxidative stress damage to cells and tissues including the eye lenses. Continued oxidative stress may result in the development of cataracts or damage the blood supply to the eyes and lead to macular degeneration. Eating blueberries has been associated with the reduction of eye fatigue.

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