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TopicImprove Your Eyesight - The Natural Method of Improving Your Vision Without Glasses

  • Thu 17th May 2018 - 6:20am

    Vitamin C
    Vitamin C is an important structural component of the Outback Vision Protocol hair to strengthen and build collagen. Retains the shape of the cornea, especially in cases of infection, and supports the fight against free radicals in the body. Vitamin C is the second most common antioxidant in the lens, cataracts, and prevents the development or because of exposure to sunlight or other forms of oxidative stress.

    B-vitamins
    These vitamins are necessary for nerve function. retinal receptor cells send all messages through their nerve fibers of the optic nerve and the brains. These vitamins keep many of the nerves and the general activities of the organization. B-12 is particularly important because the deficit is more common in the elderly. 1000 mg B-12 sublingual (under the tongue) per day is recommended for people with the disease of the optic nerve and glaucoma.
    There are many types of eyesight vitamins that we can consume to maintain our eyes remain healthy. almost all these vitamins can be acquired from a variety of foods we consume daily. Of the various species present, can be mentioned include the following:

    Vitamin A and beta-carotene
    Among types of eyesight vitamins of the most widely known is vitamin A. Vitamin A is a family of fat-soluble vitamins. Retinol is one of the most active, or usable forms of vitamin A and is found in foods of animal origin such as liver and eggs and some fortified foods.

     

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