Many people think that vision loss comes “quietly” until they find out that their vision is blurred. Actually, before eyesight drops, the occurrence of myopia has omen. Part of the response is diet. Research shows that malnutrition can change the normal physiological function of the retina of the eye, and make the diopter change pathologically, resulting in myopia.
Vitamins are very important for eye health. Here is a list of foods containing vitamins:
When lacking, the eye’s adaptability to the dark environment will be reduced, that is, it can only adapt for a long time from the bright to the dark, and it is easy to suffer from night blindness when it is serious; at the same time, the eye will feel dry, astringent, fatigue, etc., and when it is serious, the white surface of the eye will be dry, wrinkled, and even lead to corneal ulcer.
Vitamin A is found in animal liver, cod liver oil, milk and eggs, and also in plant food, such as carrot, amaranth, spinach, leek, green pepper, sweet potato, orange, apricot, persimmon, etc.
Lack of vitamin B1 will aggravate the occurrence and degree of myopia; it will also weaken the resistance of the optic nervous system of the eyes, cause symptoms such as optic neuritis and affect vision.
Vitamin B1 is very easy to dissolve in water, so when washing spinach vegetables rich in vitamin B1, it is better not to cut them up first, and the water content should be well controlled during cooking, so as to avoid excessive loss of vitamin B1.
Vitamin B1 is found in various green leafy vegetables, bean products, lean meat and various seafood.
When the human body lacks vitamin B2, it can induce angular stomatitis, stomatitis and inflammation of eye tissue, and also make the eyes covered with bloodshot, afraid of light, easy to shed tears, etc. At the time of season change, many people are suffering from eye dryness, eyelid inflammation, conjunctivitis and other symptoms of unknown causes, which is the result of temporary metabolic disorder when the human body adapts to season change, resulting in the lack of vitamin B2 in the body.
Vitamin B2 has strong acid resistance, but it is weak in alkali resistance and easy to be damaged by alkaline food, so it is not allowed to cook food containing vitamin B2 together with alkaline food; vitamin B2 is also easy to dissolve in water, so it is necessary to control the water content during cooking, and do not let it lose too much.
The foods rich in vitamin B2 include: milk, milk products, cheese, lean meat, egg yolk, various green vegetables and various seafood.
Vitamin E can inhibit the lipid peroxidation reaction in the crystalline body of the eye, dilate the terminal blood vessels, improve blood circulation, and prevent the occurrence and development of myopia. If lack of vitamin E, it will not only reduce the body’s antioxidant effect, but also weaken the auxiliary effect of treating cataract, diabetic retinopathy, various chorioretinopathy, optic atrophy and so on.
The content of vitamin E in soybean oil, peanut oil and banana is higher.
Vitamin C is one of the components of the lens of the eyeball. If lack of vitamin C, it is easy to suffer from cataract with turbid lens.
There are many foods containing vitamin C, including all kinds of fresh vegetables and fruits, among which green peppers, cucumbers, cauliflower, cabbage, fresh dates, raw pears, oranges, etc. have the highest content.