Reverse Cataracts With Nutrition

Reverse Cataracts With NutritionThe lens of your eye is normally clear, allowing you to see without obstruction. A cataract is a clouding in the lens that hampers your vision.

Step 1

Eat foods that are high in vitamin C. Foods that contain vitamin C include broccoli, oranges, strawberries, tomatoes, cantaloupe, papaya and green peppers.

Step 2

Go “green” nutritionally to reduce your risk of cataracts, and perhaps to stop existing cataracts from worsening. Green vegetables, especially dark leafy greens like spinach, kale, turnip greens and romaine lettuce, are high in nutrients called lutein and zeaxanthin.

Step 3

Boost your levels of carotenoids, the nutrient that gives fruits and vegetables an orange or red hue. Carrots, squash, peaches, tomatoes and other orange vegetables and fruits provide you with carotenoids.

Step 4

Ask your doctor about taking vitamin supplements if you have an early-stage cataract. Getting high enough levels of antioxidant vitamins C, E and A to make a difference in your eye health may be difficult through diet alone. Supplements in addition to a healthy diet might be able to turn around your eye health.

Photo Credit: uptowneyecare.com

To read the original article written by Erica Roth visit: http://www.livestrong.com/article/265216-how-to-reverse-cataracts-with-nutrition/

Human eye is an amazing organ that most of us rely on every waking moment of the day.

You have only a pair of eyes, so take care of your eyes. It is always a good idea to consult with your eye doctor to discuss your options.

Your eyesight is your most precious sense. Add the foods on this list into your weekly diet to keep your eyes beautiful, healthy, and well protected.

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