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Foods, Supplements, and Other Lifestyle Strategies That Promote Good Vision

Eye Doctor

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  • Deteriorating vision is primarily a side effect of our modern lifestyle that limits our time outside in daylight
  • Additionally, staring at a computer screen is a common cause of blurred vision, short-sightedness, and other eye problems
  • Nutrients that are important for the prevention of macular degeneration — the primary cause of blindness in the US — include lutein, zeaxanthin, omega-3 fat, vitamin D, and antioxidants
  • The Bates Method may help improve your vision by reducing eye strain that contorts your eyeballs, thereby making your vision blurry

By Dr. Mercola

Contrary to popular belief, deteriorating vision is primarily a side effect of modern lifestyle. Aging does not automatically mean you will lose your eyesight. The key is to properly nourish your eyes throughout the years, and avoid chronic eye strain.


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