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Eye Health

Age-related eye diseases or conditions such as, cataracts, macular degeneration, or diabetic retinopathy could eventually affect your vision. In addition to getting regular eye exams and protecting your eyes from smoke, environmental toxins and sunlight, proper nutrition may actually prevent some eye problems in the future.

Antioxidants and Eyes

Antioxidants protect eyes from free radicals that may eventually lead to age-related eye diseases. Omega-3 fatty acids, lutein, zeaxanthin and certain vitamins such as, vitamin C, vitamin E, zinc, copper and vitamin B complex with folic acid all keep eyes healthy. Dark green leafy vegetables like spinach, kale and collard greens, and brightly colored fruits reduce the damage caused by oxidizing agents.

Nutrition and Eye Health

Whole grains are better. White flours and sugars could contribute to age-related eye diseases. Whole-grain breads and cereals slow digestion of sugars. Fiber from whole-grains helps us feel full longer.

Choose fats wisely. While fat in general should be consumed in moderation, omega-3 fatty acids from canola oil and flaxseed oil can actually keep eyes healthy and may actually prevent cataracts later in life. Fish, seafood and walnuts are also good sources of these essential fatty acids.

Add healthy proteins. Forego saturated fats from red meat and dairy that can increase the risk of macular degeneration. Instead, look to lean meats, eggs, legumes and nuts for sources of protein. Seafood is also high in zinc.

Lower sodium. Some studies link high levels of sodium in the diet to the formation of cataracts. Limit your use of salt whenever possible.