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March is Nutrition Month! Eat Right For Good Sight

In honor of National Nutrition Month, we want to bring to your attention the importance of sound eating habits that support your vision and your overall health.

Incorporate More Of These Eye-Healthy Foods Into Your Diet

Spinach & Kale: Your eyes can be protected from damage and dangerous imbalances by the antioxidants in leafy greens.

Eggs and Fish: Eye disease and dry eyes can be prevented by Omega 3’s found in eggs and fish.

Broccoli: Broccoli is great for your retina health and can protect your eyes from sun damage. It’s also packed with eye-boosting beta carotene.

Garlic: Nutrients in garlic may protect against cataracts and eye disease.

Turkey: Turkey is full of zinc, which fights off age-related macular degeneration.

Oranges: Eye tissue can altogether improve by eating citrus fruits, like oranges. The Vitamin C in them is what does the trick!

Dark Chocolate: Flavonoids in dark chocolate keep not only your cornea healthy and strong, but your blood vessels too.

>>Check out this awesome link for great eye-healthy recipes.

A Healthy Lifestyle Is Key To Having Healthy Eyes

Everyone should exercise every day and this includes: walking, running, biking, gardening, hiking, house cleaning, lifting weights, and of course get 7-8 hours of sleep. You can do perform each activity every day so vary your daily activities. Anything loaded with extra sugar (candies and gum chewing)will not promote eye health. So go easy on the sodas, ice creams, cakes, and pies.

We Are Promoting Nutrition Month In Our Office!

Our staff will have a Healthy Lunch Day each week where each staff member brings salads, fruits, drinks, and snacks so we can have a Health Food Buffet for all staff members. Each person will explain to the group why there choice is a healthy lunch alternative.

Keep In Touch To Learn More!

Check out our Facebook page for more information about National Nutrition Month. And thanks for being our valued patients and friends!