4. EAT PLENTY OF FRESH DARK LEAFY GREENS
It has been scientifically shown that a diet high in dark leafy greens supports eye health. The consumption of carotenoid-rich veggies and those high in lutein and zeaxanthin are shown to improve vision heath.
5. GET PLENTY OF OMEGA-3 FATS
According to a study published in the August 2001 issue of Archives of Ophthalmology, the consumption of omega-3 fats protects your vision. Due to the increased pollution, fish is no longer the best source of these acids. Instead, you should consume krill oil which is also abundant in astaxanthin.
6. AVOID TRANS FATS
Trans fats are found to contribute to macular degeneration. Trans fats can be found in many baked goods and processed foods, such as cookies, pastries, crackers, fried chicken, fried foods. doughnuts, etc. Continue reading…