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By David Blyweiss, M.D., Advanced Natural Wellness

April 4, 2016

    • Is this how you’ll lose your drivers license?
    • The key to sharper and clearer vision
    • What to feed your starving eyes

One thing I notice when it comes to health concerns is that most people don’t pay nearly enough attention to their eyesight. This is a mistake.

Your eyesight is your key to independence. Once it starts to go, all sorts of things happen.

The most terrifying, of course, is losing your driver’s license. Suddenly you can’t go to the grocery store… you can’t get to the doctor if you have an emergency… you can’t even meet your friends for dinner.

You’re also likely to start limiting other activities… even ones as simple as putting away your clothes… because tripping and falling suddenly become big risks.

Now, the two nutrients you probably think of first when it comes to your eyesight are lutein and zeaxanthin. And it’s true that your eyes crave these two carotenoids. A lack of them will slowly starve your macula. And when your eyes are constantly starved, it’s a serious threat to your long-term vision.

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But despite popular belief, these carotenoids aren’t the only nutrients your eyes are hungry for.

Why Your Eyes need more than Lutein and Zeaxanthin

I’ll bet you haven’t heard much about an amino acid called taurine. So you might be surprised to learn that it’s the most abundant amino acid in the retina, lens, cornea and iris of your eyes.

More importantly, taurine protects specialized cells that send the images you see to your brain. If you suffer from vision problems, it could be because these cells aren’t getting the protection they need. Instead, they’re growing weaker and weaker.

Zinc is another nutrient that probably doesn’t strike you as “eye-food.” After all, most people take zinc to fight off colds. But it’s also important to the health of the retina.

You see, when you’re short on zinc it makes it harder for your eyes to adjust to the dark. This makes it hard to see things when you go from a well-lit area into a room that’s much darker.

And I have to say. It frightens me to think about what could happen when someone with this condition drives from a brightly-lit road onto one with low-light conditions.

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Omega-3 fatty acids protect the nerve cells in the retina by shutting down oxidative stress, inflammation and abnormal blood vessel formation. Alpha lipoic acid protects the DNA in the cells in your eyes and helps boos oxygen delivery to the tiny capillaries responsible for blood flow.

Even simple ingredients like vitamins A, C and E can make the difference when it comes to preserving our eyesight or losing it.

What to Feed Your Starving Eyes

Life would be easy if all of these nutrients came from a single food source. But they don’t.

Dark leafy greens like organic kale, turnip greens, collards, spinach and chard can all boost your lutein, zeaxanthin, vitamin A and vitamin C levels. You can get taurine from fish, shellfish, meat and lamb. Meat and lamb also contain zinc. So do pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, cashews and lentils.

So if you want to protect your eyesight, it’s important to eat a wide variety of organic produce and clean animal proteins.

This makes a Mediterranean style diet – rich in omega-3 fatty acids, fresh fruits and vegetables, beans and nuts – a perfect way to protect your eyesight.

However, because many of today’s foods don’t have the vitamin, mineral and nutrient content that it once did, it’s also a good idea to supplement with a top-quality eye formula that will support all of your vision needs.

Look for one that contains lutein and zeaxanthin. But don’t stop there. Your starving eyes need much more than these two nutrients.

With that in mind, you’ll also want one that contains sight-saving taurine, zinc, omega-3 fatty acids, alpha lipoic acid and other eye supporting nutrients.

Remember… as you age your visual acuity can make the difference between the freedom of driving wherever you want to go… or being stuck at home and depending on others. So don’t take your eyesight for granted.

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SOURCES:

Ripps H, et al. Review: Taurine: A “very essential” amino acid. Mol Vis. 2012; 18: 2673–2686.

Froger N, et al. Taurine is a crucial factor to preserve retinal ganglion cell survival. Adv Exp Med Biol. 2013;775:69-83.

Ugarte M, et al. Iron, zinc, and copper in retinal physiology and disease. Surv Ophthalmol. 2013 Nov-Dec;58(6):585-609.

Rasmussen HM, et al. Nutrients for the aging eye. Clin Interv Aging. 2013; 8: 741–748.

Inman DM, et al. α-Lipoic Acid Antioxidant Treatment… Retinal Ganglion Cell Death and Dysfunction. PLoS One. 2013; 8(6): e65389.

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