If your eyes are tired, you might as well try carrot and pig liver soup

Abstract: carrot is not only a vegetable with high nutritional value, but also a kind of effective medicine. People who often watch TV, computers and use their eyes too much should eat more carrots, because carrots contain a lot of carotene, which can be converted into vitamin A in the human body. Vitamin A can make people see things more clearly in dim light, and can also prevent night blindness and dry eye disease., Recipe provided by Ms. Wang of Shandong Province: some time ago, I often stayed up late and worked overtime. My eyes were very tired and my eyesight decreased a lot. My friend told me a folk prescription to alleviate visual fatigue. The specific method is: 200g pig liver, 250g carrot, 3G ginger and 2G salt, boiled into soup, eat thick and drink thin. I insisted on using it for a week and felt it was really effective.,

recipe provided by Ms. Wang of Shandong Province: some time ago, I often stayed up late and worked overtime. My eyes were very tired and my eyesight decreased a lot. My friend told me a folk prescription to alleviate visual fatigue. The specific method is: 200g pig liver, 250g carrots, 3G ginger and 2G salt. Cook it into soup, eat thick and drink thin. I insisted on using it for a week and felt it was really effective.

comments by Qin Ping, chief ophthalmologist of the Second Affiliated Hospital of Zhengzhou University: using carrot and pig liver Decoction to alleviate visual fatigue is a recommended method. Carrot and pig liver are rich in vitamin A. vitamin A has a good effect on preventing vision loss. Because vitamin A can regulate the synthesis of retinal photosensitive substances, improve the adaptability of workers staying up late to dim light and prevent visual fatigue. At the same time, carrot and pig liver soup tastes delicious and will not have side effects on human body, so it can be eaten at ease. In addition, people with visual fatigue symptoms should also eat more foods rich in lutein, such as Kiwi fruit, orange, citrus, mango, corn, egg yolk, pumpkin, cabbage, etc. Because lutein is a good antioxidant, it can avoid oxidative damage to the retina when absorbing light, protect the microvessels of the eyes and promote local blood circulation, so as to better protect vision.