Fortress “Green” For Eyes

Green vegetables eye Companions
Vision began to blur and having trouble seeing? Or even see straight lines appear wavy? Don’t let age rob our vision organ. Prevent macular degeneracy as early as possible by increasing these green intakes.
Macular degeneration is a condition in which the macula (a vital part of the retina that allows us to see fine details) suffered a setback, resulting in a decrease in the sharpness of our vision. And the latest research on eye health to 10,500 people, which found rates of age-related macular degeneration (AMD) or macular degeneration associated with age, having a big surge in just over 8 years, from 5 to 27% in people over age 65 years.
What is the trigger? Exposure to blue light from the sun causes. These rays can penetrate to the back of our eyeballs, and cause macular damage to the lens focus light regulator. Therefore, eye health experts argue, carotenoid compounds in green vegetables can concentrate on keeping the macula by absorbing harmful rays are. A study also mentioned, people who eat vegetables rich in carotenoids, reportedly has a smaller risk of developing AMD by 43% compared with those who rarely ate these foods.
Best pick: get the best in a carotenoid intake of fresh spinach, 30 grams of fresh spinach contains 1688 micrograms of beta-carotene. Get the source of other carotenoids on cabbage, broccoli, and cauliflower.

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