CLEContactLenses.com Reminds Everyone About Save Your Vision Month In Its Finals Days By Providing 10 Foods That Help Save Vision

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Earlier this month CLEContactLenses.com was helping promote Save Your Vision Month for the month of March and today they are back at it again by informing its visitors about 10 foods that can help save ones vision.

March is Save Your Vision Month

March is Save Your Vision Month

Only you can help save your vision, so make sure you have a yearly eye exam, eat foods that will help improve eye health and take the proper steps to help reduce digital eye strain.

New York based Eye Care Associates enters its 14th year in business online as the operator of CleContactLenses.com, an online e-tailer that sells contact lenses, contact lens removers, contact solution and other items that are eye care related.

CLEContactLenses.com is supervised by a team of eye care professionals, Ophthalmologists, Optometrists, and Opticians to best service their patients’ needs and questions.

Some may not be aware of this, but this month is Save Your Vision Month. Prior to the beginning of March , CLEContactLenses.com published a blog post providing much detail about prevention and steps one can take to help save their vision. Within the article, CLEContactLenses.com reached out to computer users since their group are the ones who are widely reported with digital eye strain. CLEContactLenses.com provided computer users simple corrections they can perform to help save their vision. CLEContactLenses.com also provided steps on the 20-20-20 rule. For all those that do not know what the 20-20-20 rule is, it is an eye exercise one should practice to help reduce eye strain.

The published article about Save Your Vision Awareness month can be viewed here on CLEContactLenses.com Blog.

Today CLEContactLenses.com published a blog post that provided a list of 10 foods which can help save ones vision since it is still Save Your Vision Month. The blog post pointed out that Carrots & Apricots are rich in beta carotene, a carotenoid that the body converts to vitamin A. Research has shown that beta carotene may help with night vision -- and possibly even play a part in preventing cataracts. The blog post also mentioned that leafy greens such as kale, spinach, collards, and turnip greens along with eggs are crammed full of lutein and zeaxanthin -- two powerful antioxidants that may help protect against retinal damage and the onset of cataracts and age-related macular degeneration (AMD). Another food that was mentioned in the blog post was kidney beans. Kidney beans are a good source of zinc, a mineral that is vital to eye health. Zinc helps get vitamin A from the liver to the retina for eye-protective melanin production. The blog post also mentioned how peanuts and almonds are a good source of vitamin E, a nutrient known for protecting eyes from free-radical damage. Vitamin E may also hinder the progression of cataracts and age-related macular degeneration. Lastly the blog post mentioned fatty fish such as tuna, salmon, mackerel, anchovies and trout which are rich in DHA, a fatty acid found in the retina. Fatty fish have two types of omega-3 fatty acids -- docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) -- both of which may be important in preventing or slowing down eye diseases. A lack of omega-3s may also contribute to dry eye syndrome.

PJ from CLEContactLenses.com says “Only you can help save your vision, so make sure you have a yearly eye exam, eat foods that will help improve eye health and take the proper steps to help reduce digital eye strain.

The full blog post about the 10 foods that can help save your vision contains many more foods and also encourages users to try combining them with one another to help keep their peepers in tip-top shape.

CleContactlenses.com is based out of Westchester County, NY and has offices in New York City and Mahwah NJ. CleContactlenses.com has been in business online for the last 15 years selling Acuvue contact lenses, contact lens removers, contact solution, eye vitamins and all things eye care related.

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