This basic change staves off vision loss

MarkedwardsIf you’re like most people, you probably don’t worry about vision loss unless you’re suffering from it. It’s something that you don’t think about until it happens to you.

I want to prepare you for this difficult stage of life, by teaching you how to keep your eyes healthy and your vision intact.

Some of the methods I’m going to tell you about could even stop your vision from depleting at all.

It doesn’t matter which stage of vision loss you’re in, you can still save your sight.

Blindness or low vision affects 3.3 million Americans aged forty or over. It has the capacity to affect everybody, regardless of your current visual status.

Before I jump into this all natural cure and save you from losing your vision, let’s talk about the fundamentals behind vision loss.

Your eyes are made up of rods and cones that are susceptible to light. These rods and cones consist of different colored dyes that transform that incoming light into images and color, providing you with the full image that you see in front of you.

When your eyes are exposed to too much light, these dyes fade and sometimes even disappear altogether.

When the dye is depleted, your rods and cones start to fail.

The dye in your eyes are made up of carotenes and vitamin A, and there are food sources that provide an ample amount of these necessary nutrients to your eyes, that I’ll get to later.

When your eyesight starts to deteriorate, it usually comes down to a common disease, such as: Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD), Cataracts, or Glaucoma.

There are preventions for these diseases, which are also effective for existing conditions to help stop the disease from killing off your eyesight completely.

The biggest cause for all three of these sight-impairing conditions is nutritional deficiency.

This may sound odd to you because you’ve probably been taught your whole life that you need all this fancy medicine to cure and prevent illness and disease. That’s an unfounded lie that the pharmaceutical companies want you to believe so you keep spending your money with them.

They hold the best marketing ploy of all: Buy this or you die.

The only absolute cure or prevention for illness and disease is your body. Whether it’s fighting the disease or processing and dispersing the nutrients you give it, it’s the only thing that can successfully heal and protect you.

Vision impairment is no different than any other disease or illness—your body will learn how to fight and prevent it, if given the resources.

As I stated earlier, the biggest cause for vision loss is nutritional deficiency.

So, which nutrients will help your eyes naturally remain in tip-top shape?

Well, you should start off by lowering your sugar intake. Sugar is one of the biggest and baddest blood vessel destroyers. Damaged blood vessels slowly impair your vision over time.

As far as the nutrients you should be looking to consume, carotenes and vitamin A, here’s a list of food sources that’ll provide a healthy serving of these necessary nutrients: eggs, kale, spinach, turnip greens, collard greens, romaine lettuce, broccoli, zucchini, corn, garden peas, Brussels sprouts, butter, beef, elderberries, and chicken liver.

The more nutrition you get, the healthier the retina, and the better your eyesight will remain over time.

Vision impairments occur at a very slow pace, so it’s important to begin taking positive steps as soon as possible.

There are going to be people who are skeptical of this method, but they’ll be the same people shelling out thousands upon thousands of dollars to the experts in lab coats, while slowly losing their sight.

It’s in our DNA to be able to survive on natural resources, but for some reason it’s also human nature to turn to unnatural and unproven cures.

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  1. Dave Agenes

    thank you very much,i`ll be sure to work on that at all times. this laptop is hard on my eyes sometimes, i always take breaks.

  2. Aubrey Streeter

    You are describing my diet to a ‘T’ and has been so for years. I avoid sugar as much as possible and don’t smoke. (I do drink a moderate amount of red wine) Strange then that I have worn glasses and contact lenses for at least the past 40 years and now have cataracts forming at a early stage.


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