Outback Vision Protocol-Improve Your Eyesight With Proper Food

If you want a quick advice on proper food for your eyes, it is very simple – eat healthy food in moderation. Everybody has their own idea about what healthy food is, especially now with food industry trying to throw in the labels some eye-catching words like “organic”, “probiotic”, “rich in fiber”, “whole grain”. Look at the ingredients, if that whole grain bread contains 50 ingredients you never heard of, with names associated with chemical lab – this whole grain bread is as good as organic fries. Now, if you ask me what is wrong with organic fries – you have a long way to go. Or what do you think “probiotic yogurt” should contain? Yogurt is prepared from milk and bacterial culture, hence all yogurts are probiotic by definition and should contain exactly that – milk and bacterial culture, nothing else.

Here is what Jack LaLanne said about food: “If man makes it, I don’t eat it! You need to make good health a hobby. Would you get your dog up in the morning and give him a cup of coffee, a cigarette, and a doughnut? Well, how about human beings? They get up in the morning with a cup of coffee and a doughnut and they wonder why they are sick and tired and fat. Just ten seconds on the lips and a lifetime on the hips!” And not just hips, toxins we eat are manifested in our body as diseases, including eyesight problems. If you have problems with eyesight (excluding physical trauma), you likely have other health issues and once you stop abusing your body it will recover. outback vision protocol review

Take a look, for example, at cataracts – a clouding of the lens in the eye that affects vision. The cause of cataract is denaturation of lens protein – process of losing protein structure by application of external factors (trauma, toxins, UV light). Denaturation is reversible – the proteins can regain their native state – if and when the denaturing influence is removed because all the information needed for proteins to assume their normal state was inscribed in the primary structure of the protein. Now that we agree not to eat any junk, let’s find what food is the most beneficial for our eyes. Scientific research shows that our eyes need vitamins, especially antioxidant vitamins A, C and E to be included in everyday diet.

Vitamin A-Is a vitamin that is needed by the retina in the form of light-absorbing molecule retinal. This molecule is essential for both vision under low light conditions and color vision, it also helps keep your eyes, skin and mucous membranes moist. Vitamin A deficiency is rare, but it can cause night blindness, eye inflammation, diarrhea and other problems. Overconsumption of vitamin A can cause nausea, irritability and blurred vision in its mild form. In addition, the palms of the hands and the bottoms of the feet can turn orange if a person has a high intake of Vitamin A. This is why your diet has to be well balanced and include all of the needed vitamins.