What foods are good for the eyes?

http://renegadehealth.com/blog/a-raw-food-smoothie-recipe-for-eye-health/

Here’s a recipe from Brigitte’s book

1 Cup Fresh Carrot Juice
1 Cup Water
1/4 Cup Unsalted Raw Sunflower Seeds
1 Tablespoon Spirulina

Blend! :-)
Kevin Gianni

 

Broccoli & celery are two of my favorite eye foods. Full of lutein & zeaxanthin.

Corey Hart – Sunglasses at Night.

 

blueberry, bilberry, dark green veggies (eg. kale, swiss chard), tomatoes, omega-3 oils, selenium, zinc, eggs, nuts, seeds

Blueberries, goji berries. Avoid eating anything which taxes the adrenals. Stick with vegan live foods.

 Deborah Tracy

I no longer juice, just blend these days. For my eyes, I eat tons of kale & spinach, some carrots, sweet potatoes and my favorite fruit, MANGOES! I wore glasses since junior high, but, in 1992 the doctor told me I would need bifocals. I chose to have RK surgery (before Laser), but only in my dominant eye. I now have mono vision, using my left eye for distance and my right eye for reading. I no longer wear contact lenses or glasses. So… maybe they are getting better. I do know that it helps for you to not wear your glasses all the time, and do eye exercises.

 Katherine Christensen

An awesome book for improving eyesight naturally, including exercises, is Dr. William Bates classic, THE BATES METHOD FOR BETTER EYESIGHT WITHOUT GLASSES. Well worth reading! Cheap copies available on eBay and Amazon.com

 

(Jan’s note: take 2 Supreme Digestive Enzymes (www.e3live.com – tell them I sent you!) with about a pint of water 30-45 minutes BEFORE you eat.  NO LIQUIDS while you eat – dilutes digestive enzymes so your food does NOT digest properly!  Don’t drink till at least an hour AFTER you eat!)