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👓 5 Best, Clinically Proven Ways To Improve Your Eyesight & Vision – by Dr Sam Robbins

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👓 5 Best, Clinically Proven Ways To Improve Your Eyesight & Vision – by Dr Sam Robbins
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As you age, your body starts to fall apart.

Hormones decline
Skin wrinkles
Libido drops
Hair thins
Memory problems
Hearing declines
And vision problems, which is what I want to talk about today.

Of course, genetics plays a big role in everything.

However, most of these problems can be reversed or most certainly, slowed down if you take the proper preventative measures. This is especially important if you don’t have the best eye genetics.

And the sooner you start, the better the results and the higher the chance of potentially reversing, preventing or slowing down the progressive decline of these age-related problems.

And with that said, I want to quickly reveal 5 Best, Clinically Proven Ways To Improve Your Eyesight & Vision

1 – Eat Specific Foods & Take Your Supplements
Most of us don’t eat the perfect diet filled with a variety of fresh, organic foods, vegetables and fruits. So, you must take supplements that have been shown to help prevent eye degeneration and enhance your vision, especially at night.

Vitamins A (and Beta-carotene), C, and E, as well as the mineral zinc, contain antioxidants that can help prevent macular degeneration. It’s a condition in which the macula — the part of the eye that controls central vision — deteriorates.

Make sure you take additional amounts of these supplements. Plus, add in food sources that contain healthy amounts of these nutrients, which can be found in:
carrots
red peppers
broccoli
spinach
strawberries
sweet potato
Citrus fruits
You’ll notice there are a variety of colors with these foods, which is the key.
Take your omega-3 fatty acids as well. I suggest about 2-6 grams daily.

2 – Control Your Blood Sugar
This is a major topic in of itself. I’ll have a link below this video for more details about improving your blood sugar and why it’s one of the primary causes of aging – including your eyes.
This is especially important if you’re overweight and/or have diabetes or prediabetes or a family history of it. And this is because high blood sugar causes damage to the tiny blood vessels in your eyes.

3 – Lower Your Blood Pressure
Another chronic health condition that causes eye damage, in addition to high blood sugar is high blood pressure.
Both of these issues causes inflammation to the optic nerve, which can cause pain, poor eyesight, especially night vision and can even lead to complete vision loss if not treated.

4 – Optimal Cholesterol Levels – NO Statin Drugs
High AND low cholesterol are both linked to cataracts. Even more so, statin drugs which are prescribed to lower high cholesterol are ALSO linked to cataracts.1
High blood sugar is also linked to cataracts.
A cataract is a clouding of the eye’s lens. Cataracts are the leading cause of blindness among people older than 55. Most older people have some degree of lens clouding, which is a normal part of aging.
Both my mom and two of my uncles have it. It’s painless, but it can certainly lead to poor vision and blindness.

5 – Exercise & Rest Your Eyes
So, a few things here.
Remember that you have muscles that control your eyes and they need to be exercised and rested – just like any muscle.
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Disclaimer: As with all information, products and services, results are not guaranteed and may vary from one individual to another. The information in this video and/or at this channel is not intended to replace a one-on-one relationship with a qualified health care professional and is not intended as medical advice. It is intended as a sharing of knowledge, educational and information from the research and experience of Dr. Sam Robbins, who encourages you to make your own health care decisions based upon your research and in partnership with a qualified health care professional.

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