1. Night blindness occurs in the night where those suffering from that lack the ability to see completely. This makes those experiencing that unable to walk properly in the night and are liable to fall.

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This is principally caused by vitamin A deficiency.

It is recommended that those suffering from night blindness eat a lot of carrots, apricot, and mango.


2. Cataract was associated with old age. It is a situation where your lens is blocked or is made opaque. what makes the lens opaque is the cataract.

It has been scientifically proven that cataract could be prevented by taking in more of:

foods that contain Provitamin A and antioxidant vitamins C and E, such as vegetables, fruits, and seeds.

Regular consumption of the following foods could help the formation of cataracts. These foods are dairy products, total fat, butter, and salt. The use of certain medications for diabetes according to medical experts exposes one to cataract. Also, the eyes exposure to ultraviolet and X-ray radiation also favour the formation of cataracts.

3. Glaucoma happens when there is increasing pressure of the liquid within the eye. This can lead to serious vision problems due to atrophy of the retina and the optic nerve.

Certain foods intake can encourage glaucoma. Caffeine can increase intraocular pressure. It is recommended that coffee intake must be reduced or stopped. Additionally, foods that contain trans-fatty acids encourage glaucoma. It is recommended foods that contain trans-fatty acids such as vegetable shortening, microwaveable popcorn, certain margarine, hydrogenated oil, fried fast foods, muffins, cakes, pastries, and doughnuts, non-dairy coffee creamers, etc be reduced or eliminated. Too much protein also encourages glaucoma especially for adults. Foods that contain protein must not be consumed much especially, adults if one wishes to prevent glaucoma.

However, it is recommended that the consumptions of vitamin B1, vitamin A and orange discourage the formation of glaucoma.




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