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07 February 2018
Did I mention Kale?

Can we reduce the risk of eye disease by eating certain foods? There’s plenty of evidence to suggest we can. One of the most important Vision Foods is kale. Now, when I was young, kale was what we fed cattle in the winter. But it’s now considered a superfood because it contains nutrients called lutein and zeaxanthin. These nutrients are really important for macular health - the area at the back of the eye that controls our central vision - and may help prevent or slow down macular degeneration. I add handfuls of kale to soups, stews and pasta sauces.

For more information or to find out if you qualify for a visit from a home visiting optician call 0141 611 9696.

I look forward to seeing you soon.

Ann

Principal Optometrist at McBay Mobile Opticians