Nutrition for Healthy Eyes

Vitamin A is the chief vitamin associated with the eyes. It is found in butter, margarine, lettuce, tomatoes, cheese, milk, kidney, turnip-tops, carrot juice and does wonders for dull, tired eyes.

If your eyes become red ad swollen and you have an uncom­fortable feeling of sandiness under the eyelids, the reason is probably an insufficiency of Vitamin B2 (riboflavin).

Natural sources of Vitamin B2: Yeast, leafy green vegetables, milk, liver, egg, fish and kidney.

A few minutes a day in relaxed exercises can sometimes strengthen weakened eye muscles and help clear up faulty vision. Once eyesight becomes less of a strain, unattractive squint lines and crows-feet begin to disappear.

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