Bright eyes need a reasonable diet

Abstract: calcium is the “protector” of eye tissue. If there is a lack of calcium in the body, it will not only reduce the elasticity of the retina, increase the pressure in the crystalline body and lengthen the anterior and posterior diameter of the eyeball, but also cause degenerative lesions in the cornea and ciliary muscle, which is easy to cause vision loss or myopia., Juvenile myopia is closely related to diet. I hope parents can give their children more food beneficial to their eyes to promote their children’s healthy growth., Vitamin A, also known as retinol, plays an important role in the formation of human vision. It is involved in the synthesis of rhodopsin in the retina. If vitamin A is insufficient, the eye’s adaptability to the dark environment will decline, which may lead to night blindness in severe cases. Vitamin A can also promote the growth and differentiation of epithelial cells. Lack of vitamin A will lead to thicker and dry skin. In addition, lack of vitamin A may also reduce the body’s resistance to infectious diseases, and may affect the growth and reproductive function of children and adolescents., Vitamin A mainly exists in animal foods, and the contents of animal liver, cod liver oil, caviar, whole milk, whole dairy products and eggs are high. Although plant vegetables do not contain vitamin A, the carotene contained in them can also be converted into vitamin A in the human body, so they are called provitamin a. Vitamin A is abundant in green and yellow vegetables and fruits such as spinach, leek, pea seedlings, alfalfa, green pepper, sweet potato, carrot, pumpkin, apricot and mango. Carotene is fat soluble. It can be absorbed only by eating with oil. For example, eating fried carrot shreds is easier to absorb than eating raw carrots., Calcium, calcium is the “protector” of eye tissue. If there is a lack of calcium in the body, it will not only reduce the elasticity of the retina, increase the pressure in the crystalline body and lengthen the anterior and posterior diameter of the eyeball, but also cause degenerative lesions of the cornea and ciliary muscle, which is easy to cause vision loss or myopia. Milk, beans, edible fungi, dried fruits and seafood are rich in calcium. Cod liver oil, animal liver, dairy products and egg yolk are rich in vitamin D. eating them organically is conducive to calcium absorption. Trace elements selenium, zinc and chromium are also helpful to improve eye tissue function and prevent visual impairment. Foods containing more selenium include animal liver, eggs, fish, shellfish, soybeans, mushrooms, asparagus, shepherd’s purse, carrots, etc; Foods containing more zinc include liver, kidney, seafood, milk, Cereals, beans, hard fruits, etc; Foods containing more chromium include beef, black pepper, brown rice, corn, millet, coarse flour, brown sugar, grape juice, edible fungi, etc.,

Teenagers’ myopia is closely related to diet. I hope parents can give their children more food beneficial to their eyes in order to promote their children’s healthy growth.

vitamin a

vitamin A, also known as retinol, plays an important role in the formation of human vision. It is involved in the synthesis of rhodopsin in the retina. If vitamin A is insufficient, the eye’s adaptability to the dark environment will decline, which may lead to night blindness in severe cases. Vitamin A can also promote the growth and differentiation of epithelial cells. Lack of vitamin A will lead to thicker and dry skin. In addition, lack of vitamin A may also reduce the body’s resistance to infectious diseases, and may affect the growth and reproductive function of children and adolescents.

vitamin A mainly exists in animal foods, and the contents of animal liver, cod liver oil, caviar, whole milk, whole dairy products and eggs are high. Although plant vegetables do not contain vitamin A, the carotene contained in them can also be converted into vitamin A in the human body, so they are called provitamin a. Vitamin A is abundant in green and yellow vegetables and fruits such as spinach, leek, pea seedlings, alfalfa, green pepper, sweet potato, carrot, pumpkin, apricot and mango. Carotene is fat soluble. Eating it with oil can promote its absorption. For example, eating fried carrot shreds is easier to absorb than eating raw carrots.

calcium

calcium is the “protector” of eye tissue. If there is a lack of calcium in the body, it will not only reduce the elasticity of the retina, increase the pressure in the crystalline body and lengthen the anterior and posterior diameter of the eyeball, but also cause degenerative lesions of the cornea and ciliary muscle, which is easy to cause vision loss or myopia. Milk, beans, edible fungi, dried fruits and seafood are rich in calcium. Cod liver oil, animal liver, dairy products and egg yolk are rich in vitamin D. eating them organically is conducive to calcium absorption. Trace elements selenium, zinc and chromium are also helpful to improve eye tissue function and prevent visual impairment. Foods containing more selenium include animal liver, eggs, fish, shellfish, soybeans, mushrooms, asparagus, shepherd’s purse, carrots, etc; Foods containing more zinc include liver, kidney, seafood, milk, Cereals, beans, hard fruits, etc; Foods containing more chromium include beef, black pepper, brown rice, corn, millet, coarse flour, brown sugar, grape juice, edible fungi, etc.

vitamin B2

vitamin B2 in food is also an important nutrient for eye protection. Once it is missing, the eyes will also be afraid of light, dry, tired, shed tears in the wind and have decreased eyesight, giving people a feeling of tired eyes and no spirit.

finally, we should eat more coarse grains and fresh vegetables and less candy and sweets. Vitamin B and vitamin C contained in coarse grains and fresh vegetables also have a protective effect on eyes. The editor of

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reminds parents to pay attention to

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1. The nutrition is balanced, and the partial diet of

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is easy to lead to insufficient vitamin intake of children, thus affecting the health of eyes. Such as lack of vitamin A can lead to night blindness and dry eye disease. Foods rich in vitamin A mainly include eggs, dairy foods, dark vegetables such as spinach, mustard and fruits such as papaya. In addition, moderate consumption of pig liver and carrots is also good for children’s eyes.

2. The lighting light should be suitable.

the lighting light used by children when reading or playing at night should be moderate, not too dark or too strong. Attention should also be paid to the placement of desk lamps to avoid direct light to children’s eyes. Usually, the light from the left rear is more appropriate. At the same time, pay attention to the stability of light, because shaking light is most likely to damage children’s vision.