5 Foods for Healty Eyes

 
Hello. =]
How's your weekend?
Nowadays, I feel easily tired.
One of reasons I feel tired
is from CIRCLE LENSES.
 
I love circle lenses,
since I can be prettier with them.
But sadly..
Circle Lenses have bad effects as well.
 
So!! I would like to share some good foods
for healty eyes today.
Let's keep our eyes healty and vision sharp!!!
 
 1. "Salmon"
 
www.bonappetit.com
 
 
Omega-3 fatty acids like the ones found in fatty fish
 play a key role in retina health and help reduce the risk of macular degeneration.
Aim to eat at least two weekly servings of fatty fish
such as salmon trout, mackerel, sardines, or herring.
Wild salmon is also a rich source of niacin,
which helps reduce the risk of cataracts.
 
2. "Milk"
 
www.medicalnewstoday.com
 
Milk is a good source of riboflavin
and can help to reduce your risk of cataracts.
It is also fortified with vitamin A, a leading performer among eye health vitamins.
 Choose low-fat milk over whole milk to keep the saturated fat low
and prevent plaque buildup in the eyes' blood vessels.
Cheese, eggs, and liver are other good animal sources of vitamin A.
 
3. "Berries"


http://modernfarmer.com/2014/06/find-seasons-best-berries/
 
Among the top sources of antioxidants,
berries play an important role
in decreasing cancer risks, cardiovascular disease,
and Alzheimer's disease.
Studies have also found the antioxidants in berries reduce the risk of
 macular degeneration, cataracts, and other eyes diseases.
Choose fresh strawberries, blueberries, or raspberries
for a sweet snack, simple dessert, or salad topper.
 
4. "Almonds"
 
http://thegourmetsurvivalist.com/2012/06/almond-and-almond-butter-nutrition-and-health-issues/
 
Another antioxidant that's critical in eye care is vitamin E
from nuts, mangoes, broccoli and healthy oils like wheat germ, safflower, corn, and soybean.
 Vitamin E has been found to prevent
and delay the growth of cataracts, so snack on almonds or cook your veggies
in one of these good-for-you oils to get a jump-start on healthy eyes.
 
5. "Kale"
 
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/07/30/kale-facts-nutrition-info_n_3671210.html
 
The carotenoids lutein and zeaxanthin found
in green leafy vegetables like spinach, Swiss chard, collards,
and kale help to improve vision
and reduce the risk of age-related macular degeneration.
The antioxidants in these foods act as natural sunglasses
 to defend the eyes from ultraviolet radiation
as well as protect cells from being damaged.
 
Hope it would be helpful for your healty eyes♥
 
 
 
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