Myopia treatment also needs to beware of camouflaged sugar coated shells

Abstract: when starch enters the human body and is converted into sugar, it will also consume vitamin B and calcium, which are indispensable for the treatment of myopia. Vitamin B deficiency will hinder the development of optic nerve, and a large loss of calcium may weaken the elasticity of eyeball wall., Excessive intake of sugar will consume vitamin B and calcium in the body during metabolism, which is easy to lead to myopia or weaken the therapeutic effect of myopia, which is the common knowledge of most patients. However, there are still many sugar coated shells disguised in life. At first glance, they have nothing to do with sugar cakes, but in fact they also contain very high sugar. Experts from the University of New Mexico in the United States have studied this kind of food, hoping to attract the attention of patients undergoing myopia treatment., American experts say that from a chemical point of view, starch is also sugar. After the combination of these sugars and collagen, saccharification will occur, making the eye muscles lose elasticity and unable to flexibly adjust the focal length. This is the reason why many patients feel blurred when they look at distant objects after seeing close for a long time., Moreover, when starch enters the human body and is converted into sugar, it will also consume vitamin B and calcium, which are indispensable for the treatment of myopia. Vitamin B deficiency will hinder the development of optic nerve, and a large loss of calcium may weaken the elasticity of eyeball wall., In view of this, experts participating in the study suggested that juvenile myopia patients adjust their dietary structure, strictly limit their sugar intake, and maintain the therapeutic effect of myopia by supplementing nutritional elements such as protein, calcium, chromium, zinc and vitamin B., American experts believe that animal foods such as meat, fish, eggs and milk are rich in protein and amino acids, which are conducive to maintaining scleral health and building a solid shell for the eyeball., Calcium, chromium, zinc and other elements are abundant in milk, bean products, shrimp, eggs and jujubes. Experts’ research results confirm that people who need to receive myopia treatment generally lack chromium and zinc., Finally, experts suggest that teenagers can supplement B vitamins by eating cod liver oil, poultry eggs, fresh vegetables and fruits to meet the needs of myopia treatment.,

excessive intake of sugar will consume vitamin B and calcium in the body during metabolism, which is easy to lead to myopia or weaken the therapeutic effect of myopia, which is the common knowledge of most patients. However, there are still many sugar coated shells disguised in life. At first glance, they have nothing to do with sugar cakes, but in fact they also contain very high sugar. Experts from the University of New Mexico in the United States have studied this kind of food, hoping to attract the attention of patients undergoing myopia treatment.

American experts say that from a chemical point of view, starch is also sugar. After the combination of these sugars and collagen, saccharification will occur, making the eye muscles lose elasticity and unable to flexibly adjust the focal length. Many patients reflect that in the treatment of myopia, they will feel blurred when they look at distant objects after looking close for a long time. This is the reason.

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not only that, starch is converted into sugar after entering the human body, which will also consume vitamin B and calcium essential for myopia treatment. Vitamin B deficiency will hinder the development of optic nerve, and a large loss of calcium may lead to the weakening of eye wall elasticity.

in view of this, the experts participating in the study suggested that juvenile myopia patients adjust their diet structure, strictly limit their sugar intake, and maintain the myopia treatment effect by supplementing protein, calcium, chromium, zinc, vitamin B and other nutritional elements.

American experts believe that animal foods such as meat, fish, eggs and milk are rich in protein and amino acids, which are conducive to maintaining scleral health and building a solid shell for the eyeball.

calcium, chromium, zinc and other elements are abundant in milk, bean products, shrimp, eggs and jujubes. Experts’ research results confirmed that people who need to receive myopia treatment generally lack chromium and zinc.

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finally, experts suggest that teenagers can supplement B vitamins by eating cod liver oil, poultry eggs, fresh vegetables and fruits in an appropriate amount to meet the needs of myopia treatment.