Myopia has brought a lot of troubles to many teenagers, especially for the high myopia patients, which has seriously affected their daily life and learning, and even brought great trouble to the future development of children.
In addition to some scientific ways of correction, we can also improve vision from the aspect of diet, and do a good job of diet care in the daily life of myopia patients. Next, we will introduce the diet guide and precautions for myopia in detail.
- Effective protein supplement
Although sclera has certain tenacity, it is still fragile in the anterior and posterior part of the eye. Meat, fish, eggs, milk, broilers and so on are not only rich in protein, but also contain all essential amino acids. Eating more can strengthen the tenacity of sclera.
Replenish abundant protein: the normal function of eyes, the renewal of aging tissues, and the repair of damaged tissues are all inseparable from protein. If the protein supply is insufficient for a long time, it will make the eye tissue aging, functional decline and vision decline.
- Eat more calcium containing foods
Calcium is not only the bone, but also the main component of sclera. The high content of calcium plays an important role in enhancing the tenacity of sclera. Common calcium rich foods include animal bones such as beef bones, pig bones and sheep bones, which are rich in calcium and easy to be absorbed and utilized by human body. Other calcium contents such as milk, bean products, shrimp skin, shrimp, egg, rape, cabbage, peanut, jujube, etc. are also high.
- Pay attention to zinc supplement
Myopia patients generally lack zinc, so they eat more zinc containing foods, such as soybean, almond, laver, kelp, mutton, yellow croaker, milk powder, tea, meat, beef, liver, etc.
- Pay attention to chromium intake
There is a certain relationship between chromium and vision loss and myopia. Myopia patients eat more chromium containing foods, such as beef, black pepper, brown rice, corn, millet, coarse flour, brown sugar, grape juice, fungi, etc. Chromium exists in liver, kidney, blood and spleen. It is a trace mineral needed by pancreas to secrete insulin.