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Foods that prevent cataracts

Saying that vitamins can be a source of supplements for general eye health, Dr. Adnan İpçioğlu said that in case of any complaint about eye health, an ophthalmologist should be consulted.

Some foods reduce the risk of cataracts

Experts who provide information about foods and vitamins that prevent cataract disease, vitamin A ‘dry He said that it is very effective in preventing diseases such as ‘eye’ and ‘night blindness’ . Making statements on the subject, Ophthalmology and Diseases and Specialist Opr. Dr. Adnan İpçioğlu, “Vitamins, minerals (A, C, E, zinc, beta carotene, lutein and zexanthin, omega 3 and 6) and some vegetable oils in the prevention of vision disorders such as cataracts and macular degeneration that occur with aging. “The role of products is quite large. Although the exact cause of cataract disease is not known, when cataract occurs, the natural lens of the eye becomes cloudy and there is no clear view. Cataract treatment cannot be treated with medication. However, it can be treated with surgical methods. However, consuming some foods and vitamins can reduce your risk of cataract and slow the course of the disease.” said.

Take care to take vitamins regularly

Foods with a lot of vitamin C include oranges, grapefruit, tangerines, green peppers, strawberries and broccoli. Drawing attention to foods, İpçioğlu said that if they are consumed, they can slow down the formation of cataract disease. Adnan İpçioğlu, “Our eyes need to take vitamin C every day to protect general eye health. Foods containing vitamin E are foods such as wheat, almonds, hazelnuts and peanuts. Vitamin A also protects against eye flu and allergies. It helps to prevent the formation of cataract disease. It is very important to consume zinc minerals. Along with vitamin A, fish and all seafood, pumpkin seeds and peanuts should be consumed,” said.

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