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Top 10 Superfoods to Help You See at Night

SmartBuyGlasses share ten Superfoods for eye health which improve your night vision

NEW YORK - July 18, 2018 - eTradeWire -- Nyctalopia, or night blindness, is a condition that renders you unable to see clearly, or at all, at night or in low light conditions. Most commonly caused by a Vitamin A deficiency, the impact of this condition on overall quality of life cannot be underestimated.

It's now a well-known fact that many foods, such as carrots, egg yolks, and leafy greens, contain vitamin A, which in turn contains retinol. Retinol is a retinoid that your body needs in order to synthesize rhodopsin, the pigment in your eyes that operates in conditions of low or dim light.

Scientifically speaking, foods which contain components that synthesize rhodopsin are beneficial when trying to improve your vision in low light conditions. If you wish to improve your night vision, as well as improve your overall macular health, SmartBuyGlasses, the world's largest online stockist of designer eyewear (sunglasses and eye glasses), has put together this list of ten super foods you should try to work into your diet and consume on a regular basis.

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10 Superfoods for Improved Eye Health

1. Kiwifruit

Containing more vitamin C than an orange, Kiwifruit is great for eye health. Studies have found that increased vitamin C intake slows the progression of age-related macular degeneration, one of the leading causes of blindness.*

2. Blueberries
Antioxidant rich blueberries also contain plenty of vitamin C, which helps to prevent cataracts.

3. Salmon
High in Vitamin A, oily fish like salmon also contain Omega-3 Fatty Acids, which helps to prevent dry eyes.

4. Avocado
Containing more than 20 different vitamins, including Vitamin A. Avocado neutralises harmful toxins which can cause eye related diseases.

5. Red Peppers
Red peppers naturally contain Lutein, which helps prevent against macular degeneration. Dr. Johanna M. Seddon and associates at Harvard University found that 6 mg per day of lutein led to a 43% lower risk for macular degeneration.**

6. Spinach
Spinach and leafy greens are full of antioxidants and vitamins that can reduce the risk of light induced damage to eyes.

7. Carrot
Aside from the Vitamin A content, carrot also contains Vitamin D which is particularly beneficial to eye health in infancy.

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8. Walnuts
Walnuts contain Zinc, which helps to absorb the antioxidants that help protect your eyes.

9. Eggs
Egg yolk is a prime source of zinc and other antioxidants. Help reduce your risk of macular degeneration. The yolks also contain the all-important Vitamin A, which is key to improving vision in low light conditions.

10. Green Tea
Green tea is jam packed with antioxidants that improve eye health. It also contains a flavonoid called gallocatechin that helps protect the retina from harmful blue light.


About SmartBuyGlasses: https://www.smartbuyglasses.com/ (SmartBuyGlasses), part of the Motion Global Optical group, is one of the world's largest online eyewear retailers.  With over 10 years of expertise and operation in 40 countries, SmartBuyGlasses offers a catalog of over 80,000 products from over 180 brands of eyeglasses, sunglasses and contact lenses.

*http://yoursightmatters.com/vitamin-c-answer-optimum-eye-health/
**https://www.macular.org/lutein

Contact
Constanze Fristensky
Global PR Manager
***@smartbuyglasses.com


Source: SmartBuyGlasses
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