Envision Good Eyesight
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THANKFULLY, SCIENCE has produced such effective sight-improvement technologies that we barely blink when our eyesight fades. A quick visit to the optometrist and a whole new finely delineated world appears before you.
I have yet to succumb to that. Could be that the bilberry and lutein I take is helping. This is it:
Bilberry Complex with Lutein This is a complete eyesight support formula with the top six vision supporting nutrients. Lutein acts as an antioxidant, protecting cells against the damaging effects of free radicals. It is not made in the body and must be obtained from large amounts of green, leafy vegetables. Studies have shown that bilberry helps maintain the tiny capillaries that deliver nutrients to eye muscles and nerves. It also acts as a photomultiplier on the retina by enhancing the perception of normal objects, thus supporting the range and sharpness of vision.
It’s hard to know how much of your health is attributable to genetics vs lifestyle, but in this case all I can say is that my sister, mother and father (before he passed) all wear prescription glasses, and I don’t. (And that’s why they call me Mr. Magoo.)
The video below is entitled “Natural Eyesight Improvement with the Bates Method”. There’s a long warm up before getting into the meat of the matter, and the techniques are just touched upon, but I include it here as evidence that some people are improving their eyesight without eyeglasses or contact lenses.[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O4BDvF1K85w&feature=related[/youtube]
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Last Updated on February 27, 2022 by Joe Garma