When it comes to caring for your eyes, Magruder Laser Vision does their best to help patients enjoy optimal vision and eye health. Routine eye exams and eating the right foods can help preserve eye health. Maintaining good eyesight is a joint effort between you and your eye care specialist.
Some superfoods can help to prevent or minimize vision issues that tend to occur with age or as a result of lifestyle choices. By eating a varied diet filled with fruits, vegetables, and healthy fats from fish and nuts, you can maintain your vision and minimize or diminish age-related conditions and diseases. The next time you hit the grocery store, be sure to add some of these superfoods to your cart.
Carrots are important for good vision because they contain beta-carotene, which is key for maintaining night vision. Other brightly colored fruits and vegetables such as apricots, mangoes, and tomatoes also contain beta-carotene to help protect your eyes from sun damage.
Nuts contain healthy fats as well as vitamin E, an essential for eye health.
Leafy greens can help prevent age-related eye diseases including macular degeneration, retinal damage, cataracts, and glaucoma by protecting the eye’s structure, including the cornea.
Eggs are key for eye health, as their yolk contains nutrients that help protect the eyes and keep them healthy.
Citrus & berries contain antioxidants that help protect the blood vessels in the eye.
Fatty fish, like salmon, contain omega 3s, which help protect against most eye diseases. DHA is a type of omega 3 found near the retina. If you’re not a fish lover, or don’t eat a lot of fish, you can also find omega 3s in supplement form.
Other healthy foods for eye health include dairy, beans, legumes, seeds and other natural foods that improve your overall health, including your vision.
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