Did you know you could feed your eyes?


The Good Life Letter 

9th September 2018

Sorry to be blunt. But it’s a scandal…

Millions of people over the years have been told their vision loss is just something that comes with age.

Go to a GP or an optician and you might hear this…

“It’s inevitable.”

“That’s one of the symptoms of getting old.”

“I’d advise you get some good glasses.”

“Come back when there’s something really wrong with you.”


But if you read this eye-opening report (excuse the pun!), you’ll see why this is often NOT the case:

Discover the True Cause of Visual Blurring


It’s outrageous that so few people understand or are made aware of the fact that blurriness isn’t always inevitable. As you’ll read on the webpage, many cases of macular degeneration are actually entirely avoidable – you just need to act in good time.

Let me quickly explain why…

The danger of blue light damage – and how to stop it


Macular degeneration – which causes blurry vision – occurs when a part of the retina known as the ‘macula’ gets attacked by blue light.

Unfortunately, you can't avoid this kind of light as it comes from the sun, televisions, computer screens, phone and car headlights.

As this blue light enters your eye it causes oxidative stress, damaging the cells in your retina and deteriorating the macula.

This is bad news, because the macula is responsible for your central vision. You need it for everyday tasks such as reading, writing, recognising faces, watching television, driving and doing close work.

However, the good news is that it’s possible to give your eyes the nutrition they need to protect the macula.

How to feed your eyes to prevent macular degeneration

Two of the most important nutrients your eyes need are lutein and zeaxanthin.

These antioxidants are found in leafy green vegetables such as spinach and kale, as well as fruits such as oranges and bananas. They prevent the onslaught of free radicals and filter harmful blue light.

The problem is, we don’t get enough…

According to a study back in 2008, the average western diet contains only 1.3-3mg per day of lutein and zeaxanthin combined.

This is considerably LESS than the amount you need to protect against free radical and blue light damage.

However, a supplement like VisualEyes  will feed your eyes a daily dose of lutein and zeaxanthin.

If you click on the link you’ll go to a new, improved version of VisualEyes with 8 times more lutein from a concentrated source and higher strength.

Among its ten active ingredient it contains…

  • Vitamin A and zinc – In a landmark study sponsored by the National Eye Institute, people with AMD who took a daily multivitamin with vitamin A and zinc reduced their risk of advanced AMD over 6 years.

  • Vitamin B2– According to the University of Michigan, it can also protect glutathione, an important antioxidant in the eye.

  • Bilberry - Famously good for your eyes, this helps protect your retina from oxidative damage while supporting better circulation to your retinas.

Combining these ingredients could help you avoid or reduce blurry vision now and in the future.

Oh, and be wary of buying this product from other retail websites, as you’re very likely to be buying the previous version.

However if you do go to Amazon, you can click on “other sellers” and buy through Salus.

The quickest, easiest route is to click here and get the latest version from our shop.

Other things you can do to help your vision…

If you are worried about your eyes you should also:

  • Avoid smoking, as smoke contains damaging free radicals and depletes the immune system.

  • Wear sunglasses and brimmed hats to help reduce sun exposure.

  • Drink plenty of water, especially in hot weather.

  • Don't strain your eyes in dim light. Use bright light bulbs in gloomy conditions during the day and night... and avoid long periods sitting in front of the computer.

On top of these, you can also look at your diet and choose foods that support good eyesight, including:

  • Vitamin C – it helps prevent blood vessels in the retina from breaking. When you eat natural vitamin C-rich fruits like kiwi, berries, lemons, grapes and cherries, you'll also ingest bioflavonoids. This helps your body better absorb and use that vitamin C, so it does the job better.

  • Bioflavonoids – sources include supplements or extracts of bilberry, ginkgo biloba, cranberry or grapeseed.

  • Vitamin A and D – your best source of these are fish, including trout, salmon, mackerel, cod and sardines. These will also provide you with omega 3 fatty acids that help decrease blood clotting and damage in your retina.

  • Taurine – a sulphur-containing amino acid found naturally in egg whites, meat, fish and milk. High concentrations are found in the heart muscle, white blood cells, skeletal muscle and central nervous system. It's essential for good vision because taurine helps protect your eye cell membranes from oxidative attack and helps them absorb nutrients. It also helps get rid of the toxins that your eye doesn't need any more.

  • Magnesium – This helps provide good blood flow to your eyes and maintains fluid balance in your cells.

  • Selenium – This helps protect cell membranes in your retina from oxidation.

Of course, sticking to a diet just to help your eyes is a tough call and takes a lot of hard work to organise the shopping and create dishes that feature them in the right levels.

Which is why VisualEyes is a much easier way – just take this new improved formula each day for 35 days and either experience significant improvement or your money back.

For more details click here.

I’ll be back with more next week.

Yours, as always


Ray




 


 



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