Avoid Cataracts By Consuming Avocados Routinely

Cataract is a disease commonly afflicted by the elderly. Turbidity disease in the lens of the eye that can cause this blindness can still be cured by surgery.

According to dr. Karin Wiradarma, as quoted from casino online terpercaya page KlikDokter, Monday 29 January 2018, you can slow the occurrence of cataracts by doing some things. Among these are not smoking, avoiding exposure to sunlight, preventing diabetes, and eating foods that contain nutrients beneficial for maintaining eye health.

Some studies have found that lutein and zeaxanthin substances play a role in fighting cataract formation. One of them is to eat avocado fruit. This fruit is very rich in fiber, nutrients, contain good cholesterol, vitamins A, C, D, E, K, B, and potassium.

Lutein is a type of carotenoids (antioxidants) that can prevent blindness due to cataracts and damage to the retina of the eye. Avocados contain high levels of lutein that is 80 grams, while the average lutein supplement is only 10 mg.

Similar to lutein, zeaxanthin includes antioxidant class antioxidants that can prevent the formation of free radicals that can damage the health of the eye.

According to research conducted by situs judi casino online terpercaya Harvard University, those who regularly consume lutein and zeaxanthin have an 18% lower cataract risk. The ability of lutein and zeaxanthin in fighting cataracts is also approved by other studies, including Nurses’ Health Study and The Beaver Dam Eye Study.

Looking at the various studies that have been done, it is no doubt the efficacy of avocado to prevent cataracts. From now on, do not forget the consumption of avocados regularly to avoid blindness.


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