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"On a regular basis, my patients often ask what they can to help preserve their vision. One of my recommendations is to include nutrient dense foods in their daily diet. Some of the most important nutrients come from orange vegetables as they are high in beta-carotene, vitamin E, zinc, fibre, vitamin C, lutein and zeaxanthin. These foods may protect against the development and progression of cataracts and macular degeneration. It is recommended to eat at least one orange vegetable daily. Some great options are sweet potatoe, butternut squash, orange peppers, and carrots. Here is a recipe that I’ve created that is rich in eye nutrients and is great during the fall and winter months."
This hummus gets an extra boost of beta-carotene from the pumpkin, making it the perfect eye-healthy snack to dip your veggies or crackers in.
Even though cosmetic contact lenses may only be used for a Halloween costume, your eyes could experience temporary or permanent damage if they are used incorrectly or bought without the guidance of an optometrist.
Research is showing a rise in the detection of visual problems because of the number of hours spent in front of a screen.
Individuals with Alzheimer’s may have a hard time explaining their vision problems to their family or caregiver. To help with this gap in communication, optometrists may use procedures that allow them to collect the required information needed to manage vision problems in patients with Alzheimer’s.
Colour deficiency occurs when your ability to distinguish colours and shades is different than normal.
Keratoconus is a progressive disease affecting the front window of the eye and the cornea.
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