Think for a while you lost your eyes. In the next moment if I will offer you eyes & diamond, where you have to choose any one of them I know you will choose eyes only. Do you ever close your eyes for an hour? if so, you must know without eyes this world is meaning less. Eyes brings colors in living. Today starting from a School to your Office or even in a market place you can found there are many who wears spectacles. This is because of poor eye power. Now a day this problem is not only limited to adults but also it affects the age of students.
This is the cause here with I am presenting this session. During I search in Google, result shows there are various topics related to “How to improve your eye power?”. But after a discussion with a renowned eye specialist I found in-take of proper Foods & Vitamins are the only natural way though which it can possible to improve your eye power. On the way to keep your eyes healthy & powerful let me share all those Foods & Vitamins in below.
Vitamin A, Lutein & Zeaxanthin
Vitamin A is a group of Anti-Oxidant Compounds. Regular in-take of Vitamin A rich foods reduce the chance of eye infections. Vitamin A helps to function our eyes smooth by keeping retina & other parts healthy. Vitamin A improves our immune system & protects cornea (Surface of Eyes). Depending upon type of Foods Vitamin A is divided into 2 types. Pre-Formed & Pro-Vitamin A. Pre-Formed Vitamin A can directly used by our body while Pro-Vitamin A takes time to convert into retinol after in-take. Few of the Vitamin A rich foods are Carrot juice, Broccoli leaves, Sweet potatoes, Pumpkin, Peas, Spinach, Tomatoes, liver of Chicken, beef, whole milk & Cheese.
It was found for dry eyes treatment doctors prescribe Vitamin A eye drops. Vitamin A decreasing the chance of macular degeneration. It was found those who in-take Vitamin A in a regular basis they suffer less eye related problems compare to general.
Lutein & Zeaxanthin are two types of Carotenoids. In-take of these nutrients helps to reduce the chance of eye related diseases like Macular Degeneration & Cataracts. Lutein also found in our retinas. These Carotenoids helps to increase the optical density of the macular pigments in eyes. Lutein & Zeaxanthin are found in vegetables. To have a better eyesight give priority to eat Green leafs, Colorful fruits & fresh Vegetables.
Vitamin C is a water soluble rich anti-oxidant formula. That’s why it is stored less in our Body. To gain Vitamin C we need to in-take Vitamin C rich foods. In the matter of eye care Vitamin C plays a great role. Regular in-take of Vitamin C reduce the chance of many eye related diseases like cataracts & macular degeneration. To improve power of our eye lens Vitamin C is very essential. Base of our eye lens contains more Vitamin C compare to any other part of a Human.
To maintain average level of Vitamin C in our body here with I am suggesting some of the foods those are rich with Vitamin C. Including your regular diet eat foods like Guava, Papaya, Bell peppers, Parsley, Broccoli, Oranges, Strawberries, Kale & Cauliflower.
Omega-3 Fatty Acids
Omega-3 Fatty Acids is one more essential Vitamin which help to keep your eyes healthy. A person rich with Omega-3 Fatty Acids have less chance to affect with dry eye syndrome, high eye pressure, glaucoma & macular degeneration. It was found in case of adults Omega-3 protects from many age related eye Disease. To keep your eyes clear Omega-3 Fatty Acid helps in drainage of intraocular fluid.
To improve Omega-3 Fatty Acid in your body you can in-take Oysters, Salmon, Tuna (fresh), Eggs, Soy milk, Milk, Yogurt, Pumpkin seeds, Oatmeal, Spinach, Kale, Mustard oil & Soybean oil.
The base material of our eye lens in Vitamin C & Vitamin E. Vitamin E is an anti-oxidant who takes major role in defense system. Regular in-take of Vitamin E reduce the chance of cataracts & infections. If you are taking Vitamin E regularly there is less chance of age-related eye problems.
To improve Vitamin E in your body, You can take these foods Almonds, Spinach, Raw Seeds, Broccoli, Turnip Greens, Swiss Chard, Mustard Greens, Kale, Hazelnuts, Pine Nuts, Avocado, Papaya & Olives.