8 Friendly Foods That Are Good for Your Eyes

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Eyes are not only the organ of vision but also a natural ornament to your face beauty. The pollution and low-quality food of big cities like Karachi ruin the eye health badly. If you are suffering some eye problem consult the best eye surgeon in Karachi by log on to Marham. Here we are listing some foods which can help you to protect the natural beauty and vision of your delicate eyes.

Raw Red Peppers:

Bright red colored peppers not only contain vitamin C but also packed with vitamin E and A. These three vitamins keep the eyesight protected and lower the chance of getting a cataract.

Sunflower Seeds:

Being a good source of vitamin E, the black seeds of sunflower protect the light of your eyes. It is also a good protector against muscular degeneration disease of the eye.

Sun Flower Beans

Dark, Leafy Greens:

Kale, spinach and all other leafy greens with vitamins C and E contain carotenoids lutein and zeaxanthin. All these ingredients are a friend to eye health as they lower the risk of long-term eye diseases, including AMD and cataracts.

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Fatty Fish:

Omega 3 fatty acids are required for healthy eyes. Low level of this can cause dry eye, muscular degeneration and glaucoma. Fatty fish is the best source of omega 3 fatty acid so it is the potential protector of an eye.

Healthy Oranges:

Orange-colored fruits and vegetables like sweet potatoes, carrots, cantaloupe, mangos, and apricots contain a high amount of vitamin A, E, C, and beta-carotene. These ingredients improve the natural vision especially the night vision.

Beans and Legumes:

Low-fat and high-fiber beans and legumes are good eye friends which keep your vision sharp at night and reduce the chance of muscular degeneration.

dryfruits and beans


High nutrients of the egg are required for ultimate eye health. Zinc of egg helps the lutein to work to vision improvement. Other ingredients protect the eyes from degeneration and damaging effects of sharp lights.

Broccoli and Brussels:

Vitamin A and C of these vegetables improve the vision and vitamin E being a natural antioxidant protects the eye from the damaging effects of oxidants.

  • Add these food items to your grocery list and eat them regularly to get the complete benefits.
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Tayyaba Waris
She is a student of Ph.D. molecular biology at Comsats University, Islamabad. She is working on the causes and treatment of male infertility. She has also worked on liver disease and its herbal treatments and has recently got her paper published in the National journal of Natural Pharmaceuticals. At Marham, she writes about hot medical issues and general health problems.