Eyes on your Plate

Numerous research will advise that your body cannot produce all of the nutrients required to maintain healthy balanced bodies in good operative order.
The majority of recommended daily allowances for certain nutrients will typically mean that you will need a supplement to meet the minimum guided allowances.
There are some essential nutrients that will assist in maintaining already healthy vision, will improve visual performance and can assist in helping reduce the risks of some eye diseases especially those that are age related.

Ensure you include Zinc in your daily eating habits. Great sources of zinc are poultry, red meats like steak, oysters, cereals that are fortified, you will find it in milk and nuts and also the trusty can of baked beans. We all eat at least one of these!
Vitamin C in the form of juices, citrus fruits or fortified Vitamin C supplements if all of those are a little too sharp for your tastebuds.
Vitamin E you can obtain from salads, peanut butter, sweet potatoes and various nuts. Throw a few over your green salad!
Your essential fatty acids can come from tuna or salmon or if you are not a fish eater, from a fish oil supplement.
Lutein is widely acknowledged as an essential eye nutrient. Clinical trials state that a daily allowance of 10mg is recommended.  Corn, eggs and green leafy vegetables will help make up that allowance.
What you see on your dinner plate can really impact what you can see.