Care & Feeding of Eyes & all Other Organs & Tissues ~ The Question is not ~ ‘Did you eat something?’ But ‘did you east something to support the CNS, Prefrontal Brain (Mind of Christ & the Immune system? If the answer is Factory Food GMO Altered & processed – Organs & Systems are in Famine!
All Factory Foods work against healing & mailing the human body.
This research applies to eye problems & any other system (all) that rely on CNS & blood supply to receive NUTRIENTS THAT HEAL-
Man-made Factory Foods have failed us! Flawed Concept
Time to Ban GMO – Factory Foods & set the animals & fish free to graze in the sunshine – as they were designed to be~
2020 – perfect vision – Time to Ban GMO & have perfect Vision!!
The natural blind spot (scotoma) is due to lack of receptors (rods or cones) where the optic nerve and blood vessels leave the eye. There can also be artificial blind spots when something blocks light from reaching the photoreceptors, or when there is local adaptation of the retina as just after seeing a bright light.Sep 21, 2011
Ten best foods for eye health to support & maintain the ‘rods & cones’
The AREDS reports support the following 10 nutrient-rich foods:
1. Wild Caught Fish (not Farmed & Fed GMO) – He (Some say God) fed the Multitudes with Barley (Ancient grains) & Fishes (not farmed & Fed GMO) ~ not Man-made Factory Food!
Maintaining a healthy lifestyle can help to lower the risk of eye problems.
Many Wild Caught (not Factory fried fish (only in Pasture-raise beef tallow or lard) -well drained) (not fed GMO) ~ are rich sources of omega-3 fatty acids.
Oily fish are fish (or Pasture-raised animal protein, meat, dairy & Eggs) that have oil in their gut and body tissue, so eating them offers higher levels of omega-3-rich fish oil. The wild caught fish that contains the most beneficial levels of omega-3s, Vitamin D, other useful vitamins, mineral physiochemical, macronutrients, micronutrients & Omega 3 seeds -not roasted( available as they graze or swim~
- Wild Caught tuna & walleye
- Wild Caught salmon (not Atlantic)
- trout – NOT FARMED
- Wild Caught mackerel
- WILD CAUGHT Whole sardines (if canned -RINSE PACKIN MANY Times – to remove motorbike packing & all of the bacterial destroyed in the canning process.
- Wild Caught herring
Some studies have found that fish oil can reverse dry eye, including dry eye caused by spending too much time on a computer.
2. Raw-Soaked Nuts and legumes (Roasted destroys the Omega 3 & becomes an allergen)
Raw-Soaked Nuts & soaked seeds (all seeds have Omega 3 unless Roasted) are also rich in omega-3 fatty acids. Raw-Soaked Nuts also contain a high level of vitamin E, which can protect the eye from age-related damage.
Nuts are available for purchase in most grocery stores and online. Nuts and legumes that are good for eye health include:
RAW & SOAKED to remove the seed locks & letting in he peel (mother’s nature’s Dirt!
- Brazil nuts
- Raw & soaked peanuts -peanut butter from Roasted unsealed peanuts -deadly toxins
3. Raw-Soaked Seeds
Like nuts and legumes, seeds are high in omega-3s and are a rich source of vitamin E.
Seeds are available for purchase in most grocery stores and online. Seeds high in omega-3 include:
4. Citrus fruits
Vitamin C-rich citrus fruits include:
5. Leafy green vegetables
Leafy green vegetables are rich in both lutein and zeaxanthin and are also a good source of eye-friendly vitamin C.
Well-known leafy greens include:
- bok choy
- swiss chard
- Dandelion greens
Carrots are rich in both Vitamin A and beta carotene. Beta carotene gives carrots their orange color.
Vitamin A plays an essential role in vision. It is a component of a protein called rhodopsin, which helps the retina to absorb light.
Research on beta carotene’s role in vision is mixed, though the body needs this nutrient to make vitamin A.
7. Sweet potatoes
Like carrots, sweet potatoes are rich in beta carotene. They are also a good source of the antioxidant vitamin E.
8. Pasture-raised Beef & other Pasture-raised animal protein
The eye itself contains high levels of zinc, particularly in the retina, and the vascular tissue surrounding the retina.
Meats such as chicken breast and pork loin also contain zinc, but at lower levels than beef.
9. Pasture-raised – non-GMO Eggs (fed Modern corn, soy or GMO alfalfa)
Pasture-raised Eggs are an excellent source of lutein and zeaxanthin, which can reduce the risk of age-related sight loss. Eggs are also good sources of vitamins C and E, and zinc.
GMO fed (corn, soy or alfalfa) Not bioavailable-becomes a storage problem
10. FLUID ~ Tea, Water – Master Cleanse (Spring water, ZESTED lemons or other citrus), dash of Cayenne & Really Maple syrup
It may come as no surprise that a fluid essential to life is also vital to eye health.
11. LIVE (not DEAD) by Over-heating or Over-milling or Over-diluting
Fermented (not canned) Kombucha, Kimchi, fermented pickles, wine is a fermented beverage! (but not heathy in Excess- to be sipped & savored -it drunk as a beverage)
The best fermented foods for your gut (clockwise from top): Kefir, kimchi, Kimchi is fermented with more salt and at a significantly lower temperature than sauerkraut. … The fermentation time for sauerkraut is longer, lasting for up to 6 weeks, compared to kimchi’s 3 weeks. When ready, kimchi tastes like a crunchy pungent pickle that is less acidic but saltier than sauerkraut.m
Pasture raised yogurt, miso (from japan -non-GMO, sauerkraut and kombucha. We know fermented foods are good for us — they contain beneficial bacteria that help support your microbiome, the collection of bacteria, yeast, viruses and fungi that live in your gut and on your skin.Apr 1, 2019
The production of fermented foods is varied. For example, apple cider vinegar may be produced with different types of apples, or kombucha might be prepared with the addition of another product, such as vinegar. … Two of the more popular fermented foods that are consumed and sold include apple cider vinegar and kombucha.Jul 25, 2018