Teenagers in the high incidence period of myopia urgently need to adjust their diet

Abstract: studies have found that myopia patients generally lack chromium and zinc. Myopia patients should eat more foods containing chromium and zinc. For example, soybean, almond, laver, kelp, mutton, yellow croaker, milk powder, tea, beef, brown rice, wheat bran, animal liver, grape juice and nuts contain more zinc and chromium, so they can be eaten appropriately., There are nearly 400 million people with myopia in China. Last week, the preliminary survey results of the research project on the prevention and treatment of children’s myopia jointly carried out by China, the United States and Australia were released. The data show that the incidence of myopia in China is 33%, and the incidence rate of myopia among young people is 50%-60%. China is one of the countries with the highest incidence rate of myopia in the world, and the number of myopia is the number one in the world. Myopia has become one of the important problems affecting the health of our people., Myopia is a kind of ametropia. In addition to heredity, the formation of myopia is also related to malnutrition. The eyes lack some or some important nutrients during their growth and development, which makes the eye tissue more fragile. Under the action of environmental factors, the sclera of the eye wall is easy to expand, resulting in the elongation of the anterior and posterior axes of the eyes and myopia. Teenagers in the high incidence period of myopia urgently need to adjust their diet from the following aspects: protein, sclera contains a variety of essential amino acids, forming a strong shell of the eye. Lack of protein not only affects normal physical development, but also reduces the elasticity of sclera, which is easy to elongate and form axial myopia. Meat, fish, eggs, milk and other animal foods are not only rich in protein, but also contain all essential amino acids., The high content of calcium plays a major role in enhancing the toughness of sclera. Animal bones such as cattle bones, pig bones and sheep bones in food are rich in calcium and easy to be absorbed and utilized by the human body. Others, such as milk, bean products, shrimp skin, shrimp, eggs, rape, Chinese cabbage, peanuts, jujube and dark green vegetables, also contain more calcium., The deficiency of chromium and zinc in human body will hinder the function of insulin in regulating blood glucose and induce refractive myopia. Zinc participates in the transmission and transport of vitamin A in the eye, maintains the normal tissue state of retinal pigment epithelium and maintains normal visual function., , some studies have found that myopia patients generally lack chromium and zinc. Myopia patients should eat more foods containing chromium and zinc. For example, soybean, almond, laver, kelp, mutton, yellow croaker, milk powder, tea, beef, brown rice, wheat bran, animal liver, grape juice and nuts contain more zinc and chromium, so they can be eaten appropriately.,

has nearly 400 million people with myopia in China. Last week, the preliminary survey results of the research project on the prevention and treatment of children’s myopia jointly carried out by China, the United States and Australia were released. The data show that the incidence of myopia in China is 33%, and the incidence rate of myopia among young people is 50%-60%. China is one of the countries with the highest incidence rate of myopia in the world, and the number of myopia is the number one in the world. Myopia has become one of the important problems affecting the health of our people.

myopia is a kind of ametropia. In addition to heredity, the formation of myopia is also related to malnutrition. The eyes lack some or some important nutrients during their growth and development, which makes the eye tissue more fragile. Under the action of environmental factors, the sclera of the eye wall is easy to expand, resulting in the elongation of the anterior and posterior axes of the eyes and myopia. Teenagers in the high incidence period of myopia urgently need to adjust their diet from the following aspects:

protein sclera contains a variety of essential amino acids, forming a strong shell of the eye. Lack of protein not only affects normal physical development, but also reduces the elasticity of sclera, which is easy to elongate and form axial myopia. Meat, fish, eggs, milk and other animal foods are not only rich in protein, but also contain all essential amino acids. The content of calcium in

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is high, which plays a major role in enhancing the toughness of sclera. Animal bones such as cattle bones, pig bones and sheep bones in food are rich in calcium and easy to be absorbed and utilized by the human body. Others such as milk, bean products, shrimp skin, shrimp, eggs, rape, Chinese cabbage, peanuts, jujube, dark green vegetables also contain more calcium. The deficiency of chromium and zinc in

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will hinder the function of insulin in regulating blood glucose and induce refractive myopia. Zinc participates in the transmission and transport of vitamin A in the eye, maintains the normal tissue state of retinal pigment epithelium and maintains normal visual function.

studies have found that myopia patients generally lack chromium and zinc. Myopia patients should eat more foods containing chromium and zinc. For example, soybean, almond, laver, kelp, mutton, yellow croaker, milk powder, tea, beef, brown rice, wheat bran, animal liver, grape juice and nuts contain more zinc and chromium, which can be appropriately increased.

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vitamins, although the demand for vitamins is very small, they play an important role in human material and energy metabolism. Vitamins A, B1, B2, C and e should be supplemented appropriately.

foods rich in vitamin A and E include eggs, milk, meat, fish and liver. The best food source of vitamin A is all kinds of animal liver, cod liver oil, fish eggs, poultry eggs, etc; Carrots, spinach, amaranth, alfalfa, sweet potato, pumpkin, green pepper and other vegetables can also be used. Foods rich in vitamin C include fresh vegetables and fruits such as persimmon pepper, tomato, lemon, kiwi fruit and hawthorn.

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are foods for tonifying the liver and kidney. These foods mainly include medlar, walnut, peanut, jujube, longan, honey, shrimp, fish, meat, eggs, etc.

most nearsighted children like snacks, picky eaters and partial eaters. They eat mostly refined grains and fast food, which lack nutrients or are damaged more. The more kinds of food lacking, the greater the total amount, the higher the incidence of myopia and the degree of myopia.

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eat less sugar and eat more sugar. The increase of blood glucose content will cause the changes of aqueous humor and crystal osmotic pressure, and cause the occurrence of myopia. Too much sugar and high carbohydrate will reduce the elasticity of intraocular tissue, reduce the storage of trace element chromium, and make the ocular axis easy to grow. In addition, eating too much sugar will produce a large amount of acid in the blood. The acid will be neutralized with the salts in the body, especially with calcium salt, and will be reduced in the blood, resulting in the reduction of blood calcium, which will affect the tenacity of the eye wall, lengthen the eye axis, and also cause the occurrence and development of myopia. There are many ways to prevent and treat myopia of

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Aspects. Changing bad eating habits and paying attention to the supplement of some substances on the basis of daily diet can play a good auxiliary role in the prevention and treatment of myopia.