Want to improve aging eye problems? Is it best to take eye supplements such as vitamins for eyes, or change your diet?
Research about disease prevention and aging eye problems, is showing which foods to eat to preserve your eyes as you age!
Best help with your Macular Degeneration cure, and best diet for glaucoma, here's where to start::
(Nutraceuticals are foods supplements that have been clinically shown to be effective.)
Dutch researchers sought to find out whether the beta carotene, vitamin C and E and zinc in people's NORMAL DAILY FOODS, can prevent age related macular degeneration, AMD in healthy older adults.
THE ANSWER WAS YES!
The researchers followed 4,170 adults, 55 or older for an average of eight years and found that those who ate more vitamin E and zinc in their food were about 10% less likely to develop aging eye problems like Macular Degeneration.
Other studies have also found that getting antioxidants from food is MORE effective than from supplements such as vitamin pills.
Which foods improve the MACULA at the back of they eye the most?
Spanish researchers found that it was RED and ORANGE fruits and vegetables that best improved the MACULA. (macular pigment optical density)
These best protect the eyes against Macular Degeneration.
Other studies also show that a regular intake of fish, nuts, fruits and vegetables can help prevent macular degeneration, whereas consuming too much "bad" fats, alcohol and too many baked goods can increase one’s risk.
The following foods can help keep your vision sharp:
EGGS are an inexpensive source of highly bioavailable lutein
Studies have also found that people who get the most LUTEIN from their diet have a 20% LOWER risk of CATARACT compared to those who consume the least.
FOOD OR PILLS FOR LUTEIN?
The human body is better able to absorb eye-healthy lutein from EGGS than from other dietary sources, according to a study by the ARS of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
ZINC also guards against Macular Degeneration by nourishing cells in the retina. Zinc is also used by many enzymes important to prevent aging eye problems.
The best foods to have in your diet for your eyes, are:
Adding FISH to your diet is advisable.
The human eye contains a high proportion of OMEGA-3 fats, especially DHA, which is abundant in fish and seafood. The best sources are salmon, trout, sardines anchovies and herring.
Why are researchers and some doctors now saying that Macular Degeneration can be "stopped in its tracks?"
Using antioxidants in fruits and vegetables is key, but there is also another discovery of a supplement that improves the body’s MASTER ANTIOXIDANT that is important for people that are developing eye problems such as Macular Degeneration.
Researchers around the world have observed that oxidative stress and oxidative damage results in LOW glutathione GSH levels, a molecule that PROTECTS the eyes.
S.M. Cohen and his team at the University of California (Davis) found significantly altered glutathione GSH activity in blood samples of macular degeneration patients.
“therapeutic or nutritional intervention to enhance GSH antioxidant capacity may provide AN EFFECTIVE WAY TO PREVENT OR TREAT Age-Related Macular Degeneration.”
If you have been diagnosed with Macular Degeneration you will want to use a nutraceutical protein that is listed in the U.S. Physician's Desk Reference, the PDR, that has been clinically proven to raise GSH, or glutathione.
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Sulphoraphane, a compound found in broccoli and broccoli sprouts, has been found to protect the retina against aging eye problems caused by oxidative damage.
1) Antioxidants such vitamin C and E, and compounds such as lutein react with free radicals directly, but once they have reacted, they have to be regenerated.
2) Sulphoraphane does not work directly on free radicals. Instead, it up-regulates or BOOSTS THE DEFENCE SYSTEM, letting the body itself fight free radicals.”
Both SULPHORAPHANE and GLUTATHIONE have the following advantages over other antioxidants:
They also tend to last longer in the body, and glutathione makes other antioxidants such as vitamin E and C more effective.
Research on sulphoraphane is still in the early stages, and doses have not been established to prevent eye problems, although broccoli sprouts have been found to provide 20 times the concentration of sulphoraphane than adult broccoli.
Again, there is no vitamin pill or pill that works to improve glutathione levels.
Lutein and Zeaxanthin are antioxidant carotenoids that are a critical part of the macular pigment that protects the retina from degeneration causing eye problems Lutein is supplied by the diet, in particular through:
The typical North American diet often does not supply adequate amounts of lutein-rich vegetables to protect against aging eye problems.
Adding to the confusion, when antioxidants are taken out of food and put into supplements, there is no guarantee that they will continue to act as antioxidants.
High doses of beta carotene supplements, for instance, may have varying effects depending on a person’s intake of other antioxidants:
But in FOOD, carotenoids ENHANCE EACHOTHER, so that the LUTEIN found in produce like:
is a more powerful defender against disease when consumed with lycopene-rich foods like tomatoes -- for best protection against aging eye problems.
Yes, improving your body's supply of protective glutathione is the KEY to stopping degeneration.
BUT NO, glutathione pills don't work!
Even though GLUTATHIONE pills are sold in health food stores, they do not work either. Why?
Glutathione is a protein, and it gets digested and does not enter the blood stream and get to the eyes and elsewhere.
This provides the nutritional pre-cursors to effectively raise your glutathione, the master antioxidant in your eyes WHERE NEEDED.
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We hope that you have been inspired to stop aging eye problems with nutrition and all natural health supplements.
We wish you the best for helping slow down aging eye problems of AMD, Macular Degeneration Treatment and Glaucauma.
SOURCES: diet as Macular Degeneration cure and best diet for glaucoma:
1. The Role of Diet in Glaucoma: A Review of the Current Evidence Ophthalmol Ther. 2018 Jun; 7(1): 19–31.
2. Lutein and zeaxanthin supplied by red/orange foods and fruits are more closely associated with macular pigment optical density than those from green vegetables in Spanish subjects. Nutr Res. 2016 Nov;36(11):1210-1221.
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