Six proven formulas and methods of food therapy for cataract

Abstract: the occurrence of cataract is related to many factors, such as aging, heredity, nutritional disorders, radiation, etc. it is mostly seen in the middle-aged and elderly. Once cataract occurs, it should be treated in time, generally surgical treatment. In addition, there are some food therapy, which also plays a certain role in cataract, and patients can also cooperate with the treatment., Cataract is a kind of ocular disease with high incidence rate in the middle and old age. It is very harmful. It can seriously affect the vision of patients and even the possibility of blindness. If cataract is not treated in time, it can lead to blindness. Therefore, cataract patients should be treated in time. There are also some food therapy prescriptions that are helpful to eye health. Let’s take a look at the six methods of food therapy prescriptions for cataract treatment: 1 Carrots are common to middle-aged and elderly people, especially cataract patients, and can be eaten regularly and in an appropriate amount. Carrots are rich in nutrients, such as vitamins E, C and a, which can tonify the liver and brighten the eyes.,   2. Red jujube and wolfberry fruit are decocted together with water. Red jujube contains protein, vitamin C and a variety of trace elements, such as iron, phosphorus and calcium. Decocted together with wolfberry fruit can replenish blood, brighten eyes and improve eyesight.,   3. Pig liver and fresh Lycium barbarum leaves are appropriate respectively. First wash and cut the pig liver, then add an appropriate amount of water and Lycium barbarum leaves to decoct, and then drink soup to eat liver. Pig liver is a delicious food. It also contains iron, protein and vitamin A. It is beneficial to the liver and eyesight, and can significantly improve the visual function.,   4. An appropriate amount of fresh tomatoes can be scalded with boiling water and peeled. They can be eaten in the morning and evening. They can also be eaten in soup with fresh eggs and tomatoes. Tomatoes are rich in glutathione and vitamin C, which can be used to prevent and treat senile cataract.,   5. Lycium barbarum and longan meat, in proper amount, are boiled with water and taken, which is beneficial to nourishing blood, nourishing and brightening eyes. Wolfberry fruit and longan meat are rich in multivitamins, which are very beneficial to the eyes.,   6. A proper amount of black sesame is fried and ground into powder. Take an appropriate amount each time and rinse it with milk. You can add an appropriate amount of honey. Black sesame contains vitamin E, which can delay the aging of human cells and improve the circulation in the eye., The above is the six food therapy methods for the treatment of cataract. Patients can choose one of them as appropriate. Although the treatment of cataract can not completely rely on food therapy, food therapy can undoubtedly play a certain auxiliary treatment effect and help to improve vision. Therefore, patients with leukopenia might as well try these food therapy methods in their daily diet.,

cataract is a kind of ocular disease with high incidence rate in the middle and old age. It is very harmful. It can seriously affect the vision of patients and even the possibility of blindness. If cataract is not treated in time, it can lead to blindness. Therefore, cataract patients should be treated in time. There are also some food therapy prescriptions that are helpful to eye health. Let’s take a look at the six methods of food therapy prescriptions for cataract treatment:

1 Carrots are common to middle-aged and elderly people, especially cataract patients, and can be eaten regularly and in an appropriate amount. Carrots are rich in nutrients, such as vitamins E, C and a, which can tonify the liver and brighten the eyes.

  2. Red jujube and medlar are decocted together with water. Red jujube contains protein, vitamin C and a variety of trace elements, such as iron, phosphorus and calcium. Decocted together with medlar can replenish blood, brighten eyes and improve eyesight.

  3. Pig liver and fresh Lycium barbarum leaves are appropriate respectively. First wash and cut the pig liver, then add an appropriate amount of water and Lycium barbarum leaves to decoct, and then drink soup to eat liver. Pig liver is a delicious food. It also contains iron, protein and vitamin A. It is beneficial to the liver and eyesight, and can significantly improve visual function.

  4. An appropriate amount of fresh tomatoes, scalded with boiling water, peeled, eaten in the morning and evening, or boiled with fresh eggs and tomatoes. Tomatoes are rich in glutathione and vitamin C, which can be used to prevent and treat senile cataract.

  5. Lycium barbarum and longan meat, in proper amount, are boiled with water and taken, which is beneficial to nourishing blood, nourishing and brightening eyes. Wolfberry fruit and longan meat are rich in multivitamins, which are very beneficial to the eyes.

  6. A proper amount of black sesame is fried and ground into powder. Take an appropriate amount each time and rinse it with milk. You can add an appropriate amount of honey. Black sesame contains vitamin E, which can delay the aging of human cells and improve the circulation in the eyeball.

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above are the six food therapy methods for the treatment of cataract. Patients can choose one of them as appropriate. Although the treatment of cataract can not completely rely on food therapy, food therapy can undoubtedly play a certain auxiliary treatment effect and help to improve vision. Therefore, cataract patients may wish to try these food therapy methods in their daily diet.