A list of foods that aid with eye health
Broccoli is B2 rich. Cataracts are preventable. Vitamin B2 blocks UV radiation. Light-sensitive eyes from B2 deficiency.
Avocados prevent oxidative stress, which causes poor vision. Avocados contain lutein, B6, C, and E. Lutein protects AMD and cataracts.
Walnuts protect your eyes from a variety of eyesight disorders. Walnuts contain omega-3 fatty acids, which are needed for healthy vision.
Prevent eye infections with sweet potatoes. Vitamin A in sweet potatoes strengthens ocular and mucosal surfaces.
Antioxidants, anti-inflammatories, collagen-stabilizers, vasoprotectors, and rhodopsin-regenerators help eyesight. Blueberries improve ocular circulation.
Carrots' beta-carotene activates vitamin A. Without beta-carotene, vitamin A can't protect eye cells or prevent night blindness.
Omega-3s prevent macular degeneration, dry eye, excessive eye pressure, and glaucoma. Omega-3-rich fish include salmon, tuna, herring, and trout.
Vitamin A, lutein, and zeaxanthin improve eyesight. Zeaxanthin and vitamin A protect the cornea. Spinach and other greens help vision.