Use these eye-healthy foods on a regular basis.

If you want to maintain your vision as you age, choose the correct diet.
The Glaucoma Research Foundation provides numerous recommendations for maintaining good vision.

The second most common cause of visual impairment is a collection of conditions known as cataracts.

The organization asserts that a healthy diet is crucial for the eyes in addition to protection from other health issues.

Fruits and vegetables are a wonderful source of vitamins A and C, but they also give the body the antioxidants lutein and zeaxanthin, which guard the eye’s neurons from oxidative stress.

Consuming a small amount of fruit or juice each day decreased the incidence of cataracts by 79%, according to a research including 584 women.
Similar to how they lower the chance of cataracts, green leafy vegetables like spinach also lower the risk of inflammation, cancer, heart disease, and aging-related muscle loss.

According to the foundation, nuts and seeds aid in acquiring vitamin E, which maintains cells healthy and defends them against hazardous substances.

Additionally, the foundation suggests eating fish, which is high in omega-3 fatty acids and lowers the incidence of cataracts.

The organization also referenced a study published in the British Journal of Ophthalmology that showed persons who drank hot tea at least once a day had a 74 percent higher chance of developing cataracts than those who did not. Is lower

Bananas, chocolate, pumpkin seeds, and black seeds were also discovered by the company to be beneficial for eyesight.
In addition, those who have cataracts should stay away from items that promote metabolic syndrome, obesity, high blood pressure, and diabetes.

In actuality, cataract risk is decreased by a diet that controls blood pressure and blood sugar.

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Author: DoctorMaryam.org

3rd Professional Medical Student. Karachi Medical and Dental College.

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