How To Take Necessary Measures In Your Diet Plan To Restore Vision

Taking necessary measures in your diet plan helps you in overcoming eye disorders and reduces vision problems that affect your eye.

Some of these essential nutrients are not suggested for diabetic patients, so it is good if you plan your diet accordingly under the advice of your diet physician.

Carotenoids are the organic pigments founds in plants and in some photosynthetic organisms. In humans, four carotenoids namely beta carotene, alpha carotene, gamma carotene and beta cryptoxanthin have vitamin A activity. Vitamin A plays a key role in humans to improve eyesight and thus helps in having a clearer vision of sight.

It is prominently known as the vision herb and it shows wonderful helps in reducing all vision problems.

It is an antioxidant that protects the eyes from free radical changes caused by UV radiations. In general it is a yellow pigment found in macula and lens part of the eyes.

Foods: Spinach, lettuce, broccoli, mustard greens, corn, etc.

It is fat soluble carotenoid and in its value as an antioxidant is 10 times more powerful than beta carotene and 500 times stronger than vitamin E. It helps in reducing cataract risks, retinal detachments, and macular degeneration.

Foods: Shrimp, crab, carrots, lobster, salmon, red peppers and other pigmented vegetables and fruits.

Zeaxanthin is a powerful natural antioxidant that protects the eye by absorbing the blue light of UV rays that damages the lens and reducing glare.

Foods: Saffron, kale, spinach, kiwi fruit, broccoli, lettuce, oranges, peas, orange peppers etc.

Amino Acids:
Cysteine, taurine, quercitin and rutin are the essential amino acids which help in preventing several harmful effects that cause various eye disorders. These antioxidants protect the eyes from free radical changes and assist blood circulation to and within the retina.

Foods: Eggs, milk, fish, meat, yogurt, red peppers, onions, garlic, oats, whey protein, apples, black and green tea, tomato, mulberry, cherries, citrus fruits, pears etc.

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