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Tackle healthy eating and the impact of diet on your eyesight with these tips, tricks, and recipes.

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Nutrition for Healthy Eyes

Eye nutrition is essential to improving eye health and preventing, suppressing, and/or slowing common eye disorders. Consuming a nutrient-rich diet doesn’t only protect the eyes against age-related macular disorders, but…

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Daily Cup of Tea May Lower Risk of Glaucoma

Coffee or tea? Personal tastes aside, we may all benefit from adding a cup of hot tea to our daily routine. While coffee consumption has been linked in the past to an increased risk of glaucoma (due to an increase in intraocular pressure), a recent study has found that drinking hot tea every day may…

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Vitamin A Deficiency and Eyesight

Vitamin A is a powerful antioxidant and fat-soluble vitamin that helps maintain proper body functions like immune function, reproduction, growth and development, organ function, and vision. You become vitamin A-deficient when your diet is poor…

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Best Fall Foods for Your Eyesight

It’s that time of year when the leaves start to fall, the air gets crisper, and everyone is chugging pumpkin spice lattes. ‘Tis the season for fall harvest, but eye care is year-round—so keep in mind these 18 in-season foods that help bolster your eyesight:

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Dark Chocolate May Boost Your Eyesight

Dark chocolate has been touted as having a number of health benefits given the level of flavonoids they contain. Flavonoids, a type of phytonutrient, are powerful antioxidants that have been tied to…