Do you struggle with daytime vision problems, blurriness, poor night-time vision, or eye floaters? If so, you’ll definitely want in on these 7 foods that can help improve your eyesight.
You’ll probably be wondering what’s the fastest way to improve your vision without spending thousands of dollars at an optometrist, to have eye surgery or new prescriptions every year, or new contacts every year. You want to see improvements in your vision today. Well, science has shown that there are seven types of foods that you can eat to improve your vision, and there are dietary patterns that you can follow to improve your vision.
Start eating these foods daily so that you can start to see a difference in 30 days, 60 days, 90 days, and going forward.
Foods you should eat to improve your eyesight
There are seven foods that will improve your eyesight, as long as you eat them every day. They are high in certain micro-nutrients such as lutein, zeaxanthin, vitamin C, polyphenols, proanthocyanadins, and vitamin A, which can make a powerful difference in your vision going forward.
1. Foods containing Lutein & Zeaxanthin
- Eat foods like: Broccoli, cauliflower, kale, bok choy, spinach, squash
Firstly, eat foods high in lutein and zeaxanthin. These are antioxidants that concentrate in your eyes. In fact, they concentrate in the back of your eyes where the retina is. They help with daytime vision, blurriness, night-time vision and floaters. Foods that are high in both lutein and zeaxanthin include the brassica vegetables (e.g.) broccoli, cauliflower, bok choy, and kale. Other foods high in these nutrients include spinach, squash (any kind), corn, peas, and eggs. Try to incorporate these foods into your daily diet.
2. Food containing Vitamin A
- Eat foods like: Squash, spinach, bilberry and rose hip tea
Another nutrient is vitamin A. Squash and spinach have particularly high contents of vitamin A so try to get those in your diet. Something else you can actually try is a combination tea of bilberry and rose hips. It’s extremely high in vitamin C, polyphenols, and proanthocyanins, that feed the eyeballs and retina. Go to your local health foods store, get a little bag of bilberry and a little bag of rose hips, and you can easily brew a tea.
You can add some honey to it for flavor if needed. But this is packed full of proanthocyanins that basically go to your eye as antioxidants.
We have also created a power supplement called Vision 20. It contains concentrated forms of luteins, zeaxanthin, vitamin C, proanthocyanadins, and vitamin A. We recommend you incorporate the supplement along with the suggested foods above and not rely solely on the supplement.
We would love to know what you’ve done for your vision in the past, if you’ve incorporated these foods in your diet, how effective food is in improving your vision. If you need a little more help in obtaining some of these ingredients, let us know what culture and country you’re from so we can come up with alternatives for you to make sure you’re getting the luteins, zeaxanthin, vitamin C, proanthocyanadins, and vitamin A foods that you need for eye health. Don’t be shy to write to us in the comments below!
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