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PostPosted: 25 May 2017, 09:24 

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Healthy Eyes are necessary for better vision, but we usually take things very lightly in term of eyesight, though we strain our eyes more than any organ of the body, without realizing this fact. Healthy eyes are must for us, we keep on staring at lit screens and bright lights for long hours and we take very little care of it.

One cannot have healthy Eyes unless we take good care from swelling, reddening of eyes, headaches, muscular pain around the eye region. We don’t have much of exercise for this but, all this can be easily taken care by natural food known as superfoods. Vitamin A, Vitamins C, omega-3 fatty acids, carotenoids and other antioxidants, consumed regularly, can ensure proper healthy eyes for a lifetime.

Here are the various superfoods that supply the vital nutrients for our eyes.

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Carrots are the cheapest superfood available on earth, it’s a healthy supply of vitamin A. It also contains a significant of lutein, an essential vitamin used by the eyes to maintain good vision. Daily consumption of carrots may also help to protect your eyes from age-related vision problems.


Strawberries are very effective in relieving stress induces on your eyes, strawberries are rich in vitamins C, which helps in reducing inflammation and swelling caused by long working hours on a computer screen. It also helps in retaining the fluid balance in the eyes, thus preventing the eyes from drying up, even if they are over exposed to harsh conditions.


Almonds are very rich in omega -3 fatty acids, it also contains magnesium, zinc and Vitamin B6. All these acts as a barrier for many age-related eye problem.


Vitamin A and C are loaded in apricots, which are very effective and act as antioxidants and also beneficial in maintaining good and healthy eyesight. Apricots are also rich in potassium, which is essential for regulating the blood flow to the eyes.


Broccoli is consumed very less, I don’t know why we shy away from including this in our plate. If you see its benefits, it is rich in antioxidants, carotenoids, and also lutein and zeaxanthin. It is the best-proven superfood fro the eyes. It is very rich in vitamins C and fibers.


Spinach is natural power packed nutrients such as lutein, vitamin A, and zeaxanthin, all these nutrients are very effective in balancing a healthy eyesight.

lutein: Helps in preventing damage by UV rays, which are very harmful

Zeaxanthin: Helps in preventing the macular degeneration.


Similar to spinach, the leafy delight also possesses all the essential nutrients required for a crystal clear vision. Kale in addition to lutein, zeaxanthin and vitamin A also contains vitamin B6 and K both of which are essential for strengthening the optical nerve. Also, kale is a rich source of vitamin C which prevents inflammation and swelling of the eyes.

Sweet Potatoes

Sweet potatoes are very useful in improving vision, they are very rich in vitamin A, like carrots. It also contains potassium, magnesium, zinc, copper etc. as well. One can have grill/steamed sweet potatoes to improve your vision.


Eggs are a rich source of vitamin A, lutein, zeaxanthin, biotin, and also retinol, which is essential for balancing your proper eyesight. Eggs also contain amino acids, which is necessary for healing damaged tissues.


Kiwis are for maintaining the health of the eyes, it contains more vitamin C and alpha linoleic acid than any other natural food source. kiwis are largely beneficial to protect and develop a healthy vision.

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PostPosted: 11 Mar 2018, 23:57 

Joined: 09 Nov 2017, 01:15
Posts: 27 are some foods that are healthy for eyes and for a better vision
1.Green leafy vegetables like spinach, kale, and collards.
2.Salmon, tuna, and other oily fish.
3.Eggs, nuts, beans, and other nonmeat protein sources.
4.Oranges and other citrus fruits or juices.
5.Oysters and pork.
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