To maintain and improve vision, you need to eat right. And, first of all, it is necessary to follow certain rules so that the necessary amount of vitamins and minerals is ingested in the body.
Vitamin A is number one for vision. Retinol deficiency causes almost instantly a loss of vision, night blindness at dusk, fatigue and pain in the eyes, inflammation of the eyelids and corneas, dryness and irritation of the conjunctiva, mucous and lacrimal glands.
Vitamin A is found in the greatest amount in fresh carrots, animal liver, sweet bell pepper, sea buckthorn, apricots and dried apricots, in red and orange fruits and vegetables, spinach, sorrel, lettuce, green peas, onions, and melon.
Vitamin B helps the proper functioning of the optic nerve. Contained in rye bread and products from rye flour, legumes, potatoes, fish, cheese, dairy and dairy products.
Vitamin E is needed for the elasticity and strength of blood vessels, including ocular ones. Contained in vegetable oils, nuts, legumes and greens, lettuce and products from oats.
Vitamin C protects against cataracts, is contained in kiwi, currants, paprika, bell pepper, dill, tomatoes, cabbage, strawberries, strawberries.
Not less vitamins are necessary for vision and trace elements calcium, potassium, zinc, copper, selenium and chromium. It is thanks to them that we see well in the dark. Contained in dairy products, greens, lettuce, apples, nuts and honey, in dried fruits – figs, raisins, dried apricots.
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