7 Super Foods for Eyes as Sharp as a Hawk
Carrots
 Carrots cannot repair vision

acuity, but the vitamins found
in carrots do promote overall
eye health.
 Carrots...
Tomatoes
 Tomatoes are a rich source of

carotenoids and lycopene that
help protect the retina from
light-induced damage....
Spinach
 Spinach is a rich source of

lutein, folic acid and
carotenoids, all of which are
great in protecting your eyes
...
Eggs
 Lutein-enriched eggs will fight

off most degenerative eye
diseases.
 Eggs also give your system the

energy it re...
Ostrich
 The idea of eating ostrich

might not exactly be appealing
to your senses, but it does
have its perks.
 Ostrich...
Nuts
 You knew nuts can be great for

your skin and hair, but did you
know that it can also work
wonders for your eyes?

...
Sweet Potatoes
 Beta carotene to the rescue

once again! The bright-orange
cover of the sweet potatoes is
loaded with bet...
Don’t forget to get your eyes examined regularly, just to be sure. You
don’t want to take any risks with your peepers. To ...
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Carrots are loaded with beta carotene and antioxidants, two primary substances that your body converts into vitamin A.

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Superfoods for eyes

  1. 1. 7 Super Foods for Eyes as Sharp as a Hawk
  2. 2. Carrots  Carrots cannot repair vision acuity, but the vitamins found in carrots do promote overall eye health.  Carrots are loaded with beta carotene and antioxidants, two primary substances that your body converts into vitamin A.  Vitamin A makes sure that your eyes function as best as they can.
  3. 3. Tomatoes  Tomatoes are a rich source of carotenoids and lycopene that help protect the retina from light-induced damage.  Your body needs at least 6,000 micrograms of lycopene every day to ward of age-related macular degeneration.  1 cup of sliced tomatoes contain approximately 25 mg lycopene and 106mg of copper.
  4. 4. Spinach  Spinach is a rich source of lutein, folic acid and carotenoids, all of which are great in protecting your eyes against harsh UV rays.  It is only leafy green veggie that is so dense in nutrients.  It is low on calories and is an ideal diet food.
  5. 5. Eggs  Lutein-enriched eggs will fight off most degenerative eye diseases.  Eggs also give your system the energy it requires to make it through the day.  Whether you like your eggs scrambled, poached or as an omelet, make sure to eat at least two eggs every day.
  6. 6. Ostrich  The idea of eating ostrich might not exactly be appealing to your senses, but it does have its perks.  Ostrich meat is loaded with proteins, zinc and iron – all of which are great for your eyes.  Plus, it is not as fattening as beef or other red meat.
  7. 7. Nuts  You knew nuts can be great for your skin and hair, but did you know that it can also work wonders for your eyes?  Nuts are an excellent source of vitamin E, which protects eyes from free radicals and slows down age-related muscular degeneration.  Just add a generous dressing of your favorite crunchy nuts to a salad and you are set for the day.
  8. 8. Sweet Potatoes  Beta carotene to the rescue once again! The bright-orange cover of the sweet potatoes is loaded with beta carotene and you don’t need to be told exactly how helpful it can be for your eyes.  1 medium sweet potatoes a day should meet your daily recommended dose of vitamin A.
  9. 9. Don’t forget to get your eyes examined regularly, just to be sure. You don’t want to take any risks with your peepers. To find the best optician, click here: optiqueinc.com

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