Keeping Your Eyes Healthy

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“Eyes are windows to the soul,” that is what they say. But we all know they are more than that. Eyes also serve a very important function in our life – it enables us to see. Without them, we will be living this world in total darkness. Unfortunately, the gift of sight can easily be underappreciated. You will never really understand its worth until you wake up one day and everything you see is a blur. We obviously do not want that to happen. That is why we should know how to take good care of them. Here is a list of things you should remember to keep a 20/20 vision.

1. Diet

Having a pair of healthy eyes starts with eating healthy. That means eating a lot of green, leafy vegetables and betacarotine. Kale, spinach, broccoli and brussel sprouts. If you’re more of a carnivore, it would be smart to take supplements that could satisfy the nutritional requirements of your body. Take a supplement formula that contains vitamins C, vitamin E, beta-carotene, zinc, and copper.


2. Lifestyle

Keep a healthy lifestyle. It sounds like a cliche advice, but sometimes, what we all need is a reminder of something we already know. Exercise regularly. Don’t spend your entire day in front of the computer, smartphone, or television screen. Watch your blood pressure and cholesterol level. Know that smoking is bad for your health.


3. Glasses

A pair of reliable eye wear is not only a thing for fashion. It is essential to shield your eyes from the sun’s ultraviolet rays and the harmful light emitted by our devices. Get you a pair of sunglasses that make you look good, feel great, and keep your eyes safe. Get a pair of eyeglasses with anti-reflective coating.


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