Articles – Nutrition
Research indicates that Nutrition and eye health are interlinked. In this group of articles we will attempt to provide you with the latest research and information in order to keep your eyes in good condition.
Following fast in the footsteps of my Paleo blog last month, research in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease has found that seniors who follow a high-carbohydrate diet are nearly four times as likely to develop mild cognitive impairment
With thanks to Hannahnutrition, we bring you some Paleo intervention recipies for Baked apples, Granola Bars and Paleo Pasta
Excessive iron intake is now linked to increased risk of a number of degenerative diseases associated with the aging process including eye disease. The Biosyntrx science team recommends limiting red meat intake to once or twice a week, preferably with meals that include a variety of fresh vegetables to help prevent iron overload.
In this issue from Hannah Kaye's desk she gives us tips on improving our immune system, dealing with neurological disorders and a focus on fermented foods, including a Kimchi recipe.
Dry eyes can make contact lens wear uncomfortable, creating additional problems for those with keratoconus who must rely on contact lenses to correct their vision.
Omega-3 fatty acids - fats commonly found in fish oil - were shown several years ago to prevent retinopathy, a major form of blindness, in a mouse model of the disease. A follow-up study, from the same research team at Children's Hospital Boston, now reveals exactly how omega-3's provide protection, and provides reassurance that widely used COX-inhibiting drugs like aspirin and NSAIDs don't negate their benefit.
Evidence continues to mount that links B vitamins deficiency to increased risk of developing Macular Degeneration and Alzheimer’s.