Superfoods for Vision

In terms of fruit, blueberries are among the top superfoods to eat when you have vision problems. With blueberries, you have a powerful antioxidant, but also a superfood with anti-inflammatory properties. This can help strengthen your eyes, improve the flow of blood to the backs of your eyes, and help with age-related eye conditions

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Superfoods For Vision.

When you are craving something sweet, go for dark chocolate. They contain some powerful antioxidants that help increase the blood flow in the retain, particularly with flavonols. Plus, how doesn’t love to eat chocolate? Just make sure you pay attention to the amount you eat and don’t over-indulge too much.
a superfood for better vision is strawberries. These have vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant that promotes better eye health. Not only does it help with vision issues and macular degeneration, but the nutrients are good for overall health at the same time. Add strawberries to your cereal, make a fruit smoothie, or just eat them as a snack.
Chia seeds are often found on most superfoods lists, and that is because of the important nutrients they contain. Chia seeds are high in antioxidants and can help get rid of free radicals in your body. This will help to strengthen the cells in your eyes, including protecting the lens and retina. There are also some fatty acids in chia seeds, which as you know help not just your eye health, but your entire body.

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  1. Carrots

This is probably one of the most common foods for vision, and what many people think about when they consider eating healthier to improve their eye health. The reason is that carrots contain a very high volume of beta-carotene, which is an excellent source of vitamin A. With enough vitamin A in your system, you are able to protect the cells in your eyes, improve the health of your cornea, and might even prevent night blindness. They also contain other nutrients like potassium.

  1. Spinach

You should also make a habit of adding more greens to your diet. Spinach is another excellent source of vitamin A, which is going to protect your eyes from vision problems later on. There is also lutein and zeaxanthin, more nutrients that are good for eye health. This also goes for other greens, like kale and collard greens.

  1. Chia Seeds

Chia seeds are often found on most superfoods lists, and that is because of the important nutrients they contain. Chia seeds are high in antioxidants and can help get rid of free radicals in your body. This will help to strengthen the cells in your eyes, including protecting the lens and retina. There are also some fatty acids in chia seeds, which as you know help not just your eye health, but your entire body.

  1. Dark Chocolate

When you are craving something sweet, go for dark chocolate. They contain some powerful antioxidants that help increase the blood flow in the retain, particularly with flavonols. Plus, how doesn’t love to eat chocolate? Just make sure you pay attention to the amount you eat and don’t over-indulge too much.

  1. Salmon

As you know, omega-3 fatty acids are important for your vision and eye health. Salmon is one of the best sources of fatty acids and are easy to add to your different meals. You can have salmon as the main course, in a salad, or even in a special type of soup. With more Omega-3 fatty acids, you are able to improve your vision and possibly might prevent blindness.

  1. Blueberries

In terms of fruit, blueberries are among the top superfoods to eat when you have vision problems. With blueberries, you have a powerful antioxidant, but also a superfood with anti-inflammatory properties. This can help strengthen your eyes, improve the flow of blood to the backs of your eyes, and help with age-related eye conditions.

  1. Avocadoes

Next up is avocados, which luckily are a favorite of many people, so it isn’t difficult to add them to your regular diet. Avocadoes are not only a superfood but an important healthy fat. It can help improve your vision and help to protect damage to your eyes that might occur as you get older. There are important nutrients in avocados, including vitamin C, E, and B6.

  1. Strawberries

Another fruit that is also a superfood for better vision is strawberries. These have vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant that promotes better eye health. Not only does it help with vision issues and macular degeneration, but the nutrients are good for overall health at the same time. Add strawberries to your cereal, make a fruit smoothie, or just eat them as a snack.

  1. Peppers

Bell peppers are great to have in your diet if you are trying to improve your vision. Many types of peppers contain vitamin A and vitamin C, both of which have antioxidants for eye health and better eyesight. They also have other nutrients, such as beta-carotene and vitamin B6. All types of peppers are good for you.

  1. Walnuts

Finally, you can add walnuts to your salad or eat them as a snack, and improve your vision at the same time. These are considered a superfood thanks to the omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants, vitamin E, and zinc contained in walnuts. Other nuts that are also good for vision are pecans and almonds.

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Dr. Elise Ho is a Holistic Health & Life Coach with a special interest in emotional health, life alignment, and energy flow.

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