Eye Supplements

Just remember that no supplement can match the benefits of a diet rich in fruits and vegetables -- and not just for your eyes but for every cell and organ in your body - Monica Reinagel

Eye Supplements
Eye Supplements

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What is the food that can really improve your eyesight?

My eyesight has never been good. I've worn glasses most of my life and as I get older that's a situation that I've only expected to get worse. When the Trust Me, I'm A Doctor team suggested that I try taking supplements to improve my eyesight, though, I was sceptical, particularly as I am not a fan of supplements.

Nonetheless I headed off to meet Prof John Barbur of City University in London to have my eyesight thoroughly tested. He was particularly interested in my retina, the light sensitive part of the eye, and made me stare at a computer screen in the dark for hours, having tests flashed up at me which thoroughly and precisely measured the limitations of my perception of different…

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 Can Lutein Supplements Protect Your Eyes?

If you are eating your fruits and vegetables, an eye health supplement does not appear to offer any additional benefit. In fact, supplements containing a lot of beta-carotene might even interfere with your ability to get the maximum benefit from the healthy foods your diet. In my opinion, you're better off spending that money in the produce aisle or at the farmer's market.

 What is the food that can really improve your eyesight?

So, if you want to improve your eyesight, I'm afraid it's munching on leafy greens (taken with some fats to help absorb these fat-soluble chemicals) that will do the best job.

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Sometimes referred to as the windows to the soul, our eyes add so much to our world, yet we often forget to take measures to take care of them.

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