To prevent and control myopia, we should not only start with eye habits, but also adjust our diet. Especially for high myopia, we need to pay more attention to the adjustment of diet. The following is the recommended food for high myopia.
Lutein and zeaxanthin are both carotenoids, which are also the main pigments in macula. Its main function is to resist oxidation and absorb the energy of blue light, which helps to protect the eyes from the harm of blue light and ultraviolet, and protect the healthy development of macula. The higher content is corn, millet, spinach, cabbage, sweet potato leaf, orange, orange, kiwi fruit, mango, banana, etc.
1.Corn and sparerib soup
Wash the spareribs and blanch them with boiling water. Rinse off the blood foam. When the ribs turn white, you can take them out. Then wash them and drain them for standby. Cut carrot and corn into pieces, wash and cut into sections for use; put in the blanched spareribs and ginger slices, boil them in high heat, then cook them in low heat for 30 minutes. Add carrot and corn pieces and cook for 20 minutes. Add salt according to personal preference and cook for 3 minutes. It’s very delicious and sweet.
2.Millet and pumpkin porridge
Peel the pumpkin and cut it into pieces. Wash the millet and soak it in water for 20 minutes. Prepare half a bottle of boiling water, pour it into an electric rice cooker and cook the millet for 30 minutes. When cooking the millet, beat the pumpkin into mud with a mixer. After 30 minutes, add in the pumpkin and cook for 15 minutes. Stir constantly in the middle to avoid sticking to the pot. If you like something sweet, you can put some osmanthus honey. It tastes very good.
Millet pumpkin porridge can not only meet the daily needs of dietary fiber, but also supplement the nutrition of the eye and brain.