Nutrition Crucial For Eye Disease Prevention

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“Yes, carrots are good for your eyes. But so are king crab, cantaloupe and canola oil. While eating nutrient-rich food and maintaining a healthy weight won’t fix near- or farsightedness, they can help eyes work more efficiently – improving night vision and reducing light sensitivity, for example – and slow vision loss caused by eye diseases such as macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy. “And it’s never too late to start,” said registered dietitian Jennifer Nelson, director of clinical dietetics and nutrition at the Mayo College of Medicine in Rochester, Minnesota, and a contributor to “The New Mayo Clinic Cookbook.” Spokane optometrist Todd Wylie said he talks about nutrition with most of his patients, showing them pictures of the backs of their eyes and explaining the retina’s particularly high metabolic needs. The eye needs more nutrients, more …Nutrition Crucial For Eye Disease Prevention

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About Penny Dunlvany

Hi, my name is Penny. I am a 2nd grade school teacher and I like to spend my time blogging about anything that is associated with health. I also like to participate in marathons and have been running the Boston marathon since I was 18.

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