Food supplement for preventing myopia

Abstract: high quality protein in animal food, such as fish, meat, poultry, eggs, milk and so on. Foods rich in vitamin A include animal liver, eggs, milk, carrots, leeks, spinach, celery, etc., In addition to going to a regular hospital for help from an ophthalmologist, it also plays an important role in preventing and treating myopia by taking supplements., The eye mainly depends on the visual cells on the retina to see objects, and the rhodopsin of the retina is synthesized by protein and vitamin A; In addition to water, sclera is composed of protein, fat and inorganic salts. High content of calcium and phosphorus in sclera can enhance sclera toughness; The synthesis of retinol in eyes is related to zinc., Calcium deficiency can lead to decreased scleral elasticity, elongated anterior posterior diameter and axial myopia; Lack of chromium can change the osmotic pressure of aqueous humor, make the lens convex and cause myopia; Vitamin B1 deficiency can cause eye tremor and impaired vision. Selenium can improve eyesight and improve the function of visual organs., Therefore, the composition of students’ diet must be diverse, and pay attention to the following “eye nourishing” foods., Protein rich foods, legumes and their products in plant foods; High quality protein in animal food, such as fish, meat, poultry, eggs, milk, etc. Foods rich in vitamin A include animal liver, eggs, milk, carrots, leeks, spinach, celery, etc. Foods rich in vitamin D include animal liver, egg yolk, milk and cod liver oil. Foods rich in vitamin B1 include standard rice or flour, corn, beans, meat, poultry, etc., Foods rich in calcium include shrimp skin, sea rice, bone soup, Crispy Fish, beans and bean products, kelp, laver, fish, sesame paste, etc., Zinc rich foods include lean meat, seafood, animal viscera, milk and hard fruits., Foods rich in chromium include wheat, rice, corn, cabbage, radish, beef and egg yolk.,

not only goes to the regular hospital ophthalmology for help from ophthalmologists, but also plays an important role in the prevention and treatment of myopia through food supplement.

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eyes mainly rely on the visual cells on the retina to see objects, and the rhodopsin of the retina is synthesized by protein and vitamin A; In addition to water, sclera is composed of protein, fat and inorganic salts. High content of calcium and phosphorus in sclera can enhance sclera toughness; The synthesis of retinol in eyes is related to zinc. Calcium deficiency in

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can lead to decreased scleral elasticity, elongated anterior posterior diameter and axial myopia; Lack of chromium can change the osmotic pressure of aqueous humor, make the lens convex and cause myopia; Vitamin B1 deficiency can cause eye tremor and impaired vision. Selenium can improve vision and improve the function of visual organs.

therefore, students must have a variety of dietary components, and pay attention to the following “eye nourishing” foods.

protein rich food, beans and their products in plant food; High quality protein in animal food, such as fish, meat, poultry, eggs, milk, etc. Foods rich in vitamin A include animal liver, eggs, milk, carrots, leeks, spinach, celery, etc. Foods rich in vitamin D include animal liver, egg yolk, milk and cod liver oil. Foods rich in vitamin B1 include standard rice or flour, corn, beans, meat, poultry, etc.

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are calcium rich foods, such as shrimp skin, sea rice, bone soup, crisp small fish, beans and bean products, kelp, laver, fish, sesame paste, etc.

zinc rich foods lean meat, seafood, animal viscera, milk and hard fruits.

chromium rich foods wheat, rice, corn, cabbage, radish, beef and egg yolk.

selenium rich foods include animal liver, fish, eggs, garlic, mushrooms, carrots, bananas, etc.