Eye Care

Eye Care includes the use of health food and supplements that contribute to the general eye and vision health

  1. Protecting Your Eyes From Screen Damage

    What is Blue Light?

    Chances are, given the year we have had, where printed paper has become even more scarce than it was before March 2020, you are reading this article on some type of device. Whether it's a phone, laptop, desktop or tablet it is emitting "blue light" . Blue light has become something that we are only recently wary of as potentially doing long-lasting damage to our eyes. Most people will associate blue light as a light that comes solely from the electronic devices we use daily, but blue light is actually everywhere., not just from our beloved devices. Primarily, blue light in fact comes from the sun, hence their blue look. In fact, our eyes have always been exposed to it but like many aspects of modern society, we just weren't Our eyes have always been exposed to it, but as humans, we just weren't physiologically built to handle the excessive amount that

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  2. Natural eye care

    Natural eye care

    Our eyes are the windows to the world. They are a reflection of our age and state of health. Our vision is very important, but the reality is that thousands of people each year are being diagnosed with macular degeneration, cataracts and glaucoma.

    Here are some tips to follow to help prevent excess wear and tear on your eyes:

    • Eating anti-inflammatory foods and having a diet high in antioxidants such as leafy green vegetables will help preserve eye function. Lay off the red meat and introduce healthy fats like Omega 3 fatty acids to help
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