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July is Eye Health Awareness month, here on Health Buddy Melissa. I really don’t have a lot of experience with eyes, except for my own. I have weird eyes, read about it. But, I am wondering if some of the weirdness is related to my diet. I need to start keeping an eye log so I can compare the weird eye days to what I ate the previous day to pinpoint if diet is the issue. Nothing else has worked, though I do think Phosphorus intake has a part of it too, which is of course diet.
According to Healthline, there are 7 foods that can possibly improve, or slow the progression, or night blindness and Macular Degeneration. I will talk more about those two subjects in a future post. Be sure to read the article and watch the video below for more details.
The 7 foods are:
Along with those 7 foods there are some other things that can help keep the eyes healthy.
Visit an eye doctor every 1 or 2 years. If you can not afford one, see this post.
Wear safety goggles at work if needed
Maintain a healthy weight
Manage blood sugar
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