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Improve Eyesight Naturally & Boost Eye Health With These 15 Foods

From eggs, kale, oranges, tomatoes to almonds and more, watch till the end to learn about all of them.

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Intro – 0:00
Blueberries – 00:43
Beef – 01:27
Grapes – 01:57
Fish – 02:40
Carrots – 03:09
Dairy – 03:38
Oysters – 04:19
Almonds – 04:55
Kale – 05:29
Sweet Potatoes – 06:03
Eggs – 06:39
Oranges – 07:35
Dark Chocolate – 08:00
Bell Peppers – 08:32
Tomatoes – 09:26


1. Blueberries: These blue hued gems are rich in potent antioxidants that cushion collagen structure in the retina and provide extra vision protection. They also may improve vision in people with normal tension glaucoma, a form of the disease that damages the optic nerve. If you spend a lot of time in the sun, these antioxidants can protect your retina against damage from UV light exposure. You’ll also get them from other purple, blue and dark red foods like red or purple grapes, blackberries, pomegranates and cranberries.

2. Beef: Meat, including chicken, pork, and beef, contain zinc that helps maintain eye health. Beef is one of the richest zinc sources that delay age-related vision loss and macular degeneration.

3. Grapes: Recent research has suggested that grapes can help ward off cataracts. Cataracts are one of the most common age-related eye changes you can go through. Around 18 million people undergo cataract treatment globally each year. A cataract occurs when the natural lens inside the eye becomes cloudy which leads to impaired vision.

4. Fish: Fish contain omega-3s, which are proven to help protect your eyes from age-related macular degeneration and glaucoma. You might want to try particularly oily fish like tuna, salmon and trout as these fatty acids can help dry eye symptoms, and sometimes even reverse the effects. Studies have shown that by eating dark meat fish 2-3 times a week, you lower your chances of developing AMD.

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