1. The fish
Maintaining a healthy lifestyle can help reduce the risk of eye problems.
Many fish are rich sources of omega-3 fatty acids.
Oily fish are fish that contain oil in body and body tissues, so eating them provides higher levels of omega-3 fish oil. Fish that contain the most beneficial levels of omega-3 include:
Some studies have found that fish oil can reverse dry eyes, including eye dryness caused by spending too much time on the computer.
2. Nuts and legumes
Nuts are also rich in omega-3 fatty acids. Nuts also contain a high level of vitamin E, which can protect the eye from age-related damage.
Nuts are available for purchase at most grocery stores and online. Nuts and legumes that are good for eye health include:
3. The seeds
Like nuts and legumes, the seeds are high in omega-3s and are a rich source of vitamin E.
Seeds are available for purchase at most grocery stores and online. Omega-3 seeds include:
4. Citrus fruits
Citrus fruits are rich in Vitamin C. Just like Vitamin E, Vitamin C is one of the antioxidants recommended by AOA to combat age-related eye damage.
Citrus fruits rich in vitamin C include:
5. Green leafy vegetables
Lush green vegetables are rich in lutein and zeaxanthin, and are also a good source of eye-friendly vitamin C.
Well known leafy vegetables include: