Can’t eat sugar, good “blue thin”, myopia, good “mushroom”, eat sugar = myopia?

Abstract: too much sugar will reduce the content of calcium in the blood. While the kidney excretes glucose, the filtration rate of calcium ions will also increase. Over time, it will lead to the loss of a large amount of calcium from the urine. Calcium deficiency in the human body can reduce the elasticity of the sclera, reduce the function, put the ciliary muscle in a tense state, press the lens forward, and elongate the anterior and posterior diameter of the eyeball to develop myopia.

can not eat sugar, good “blue thin”, myopia good “mushroom”, eat sugar = myopia? Myopia has become a common problem in modern society, especially in urban children.

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are aimed at the complex living environment of urban children. There are many reasons for myopia. With the development of modern life and the prevalence of electronic products, preschool children are exposed to mobile phones and iPads too early. Myopia is getting younger and younger. In addition to bad eye habits, eating too much sugar is also one of the important reasons for myopia.

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eat less sweets. Not only children’s ophthalmologists and stomatologists will say it, but also ophthalmologists will repeatedly emphasize it. Why? Too much sugar in

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will reduce the calcium content in the blood. While the kidney excretes glucose, the filtration rate of calcium ions will also increase. Over time, it will lead to the loss of a large amount of calcium from the urine. Calcium deficiency in the human body can reduce the elasticity of the ocular sclera, reduce the function, put the ciliary muscle in a tense state, and the lens is compressed and convex, The anterior posterior diameter of the eyeball lengthens and develops into myopia. In addition, eating too many sweets will lead to an increase in blood glucose, plasma osmotic pressure, aqueous humor and lens osmotic pressure. Once it causes an increase in lens convexity and diopter, myopia will come to the door. The growth and development of

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teenagers are inseparable from the continuous supplement of various essential nutrients. In order to prevent the occurrence of myopia, in addition to good eye habits, children should also be taught not to be partial to food, not picky about food, and eat more fish, shrimp, lean meat, animal liver, cow’s and sheep’s milk, beans and other proteins.