Eat for the Sake of Your Eyes

by Mia Syn, M.S., R.D. Many of us know that adding carrots into the diet, is good for our eyes. What we may not realize is that there is a plethora of food and nutrients that can help keep vision sharp and slow the natural decline that occurs with age. Some of these nutrients include antioxidants…

Seeing Well for a Lifetime

More than half of Americans are worried about their vision worsening later in life, according to a recent survey by DSM Nutritional Products/Kelton. Studies show nutrients like lutein, zeaxanthin, omega-3 DHA and EPA, vitamin E, vitamin C and beta-carotene can help improve eyesight.

What Nutrients are Important for Eye Health?

What’s good for your heart and brain is good for your eyes – especially when it comes to nutrition. The connections aren’t too surprising – your eyes rely on tiny arteries for oxygen and nutrients just like your brain does, and your heart relies on much larger arteries. Keeping all those arteries healthy can help…

Important Nutrients for Eye Health

Are you one of more than 21 million Americans who suffer from vision trouble? According to a survey by the Ocular Nutrition Society, 78 percent of baby boomers rank vision as the most important of the five senses. Fifty five percent of those surveyed worry about vision loss, nearly as much as heart disease and…