In this video we'll teach you a powerful juice recipe that can improve your eyesight naturally.
Eat your carrots, we've been told. But is that true at all? Can vision be improved naturally? What're the best foods to improve vision?
It turns out that there are certain foods that are good for vision. They contain important vitamins and nutrients that optimize eye health.
Unfortunately, there's no way to reverse refractive errors such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism or presbyopia. This type of visual impairment can be treated with glasses, contact lenses or refractive surgery.
However, there are other causes of declining vision, such as macular degeneration, that can be favorably affected by dietary changes. In this sense, there are foods that improve vision without glasses.
Certain vitamin deficiencies can have a negative effect on our vision. The health of our eyes depends on the balance of many nutrients, but some important vitamins improve vision.
In this video, we'll show you how to make a nutritious drink with pineapple and carrots that's antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties and promotes eye health. It also promotes protection of eye structures by preventing cloudiness and fatigue.
These two ingredients are highlighted in the recipe because they're both sources of beta-carotene and vitamin A, powerful natural antioxidants.
When ingested, these compounds act directly on those that cause vision damage, neutralizing them and ensuring the survival of eye cells.
Now that you know how these two ingredients improve eye health, let's learn how to make the drink!
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