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Don’t Wait For Science to Save Your Eyes From Macular Degeneration

Millions of Americans suffer from Age-Related Macular Degeneration, an eye disease which degenerates your retina and is a leading cause of blindness among aging Americans.


 This is why doctors have begun to work overtime in finding ways to address the disease through stem cell research, using our own stem cells to replace the cells lost in Macular Degeneration.[1]

There are two forms of Age-Related Macular Degeneration: Wet, and dry. Dry AMD affects 80% of all those who suffer from the disease and was the subject of a recent stem cell research in AMD. Dry AMD happens when the cells which are light-sensing die off.  Once these cells pass on, the photoreceptors necessary to stimulate a visual process in your brain dies with them.

While stem cells developments in AMD are fascinating, they are still only being tested on animals. Since the disease is largely incurable, waiting for a silver bullet to restore lost retinal cells is too far off, especially if you are over the age of 50.

And just as Dry AMD is currently incurable, any damage done to your retinal cells is impossible to replace. It is important that your eye health strategy accounts for these realities and sets systems in place to nourish your retinal cells while they are still around.

As you age, other unavoidable factors could also play in macular degeneration: gender (Female), race (Caucasian), excessive sunlight, and the genetic history of your family can all increase your chances of developing the disease.

Fortunately, there are many steps you can take in your diet and in your lifestyle which will diminish the impact of macular degeneration, or even help avoid it entirely. 

  1. Eat Whole Foods that are Leafy Green Vegetables, like Spinach and Broccoli

Leafy Green vegetables are jam packed with eye health vitamins such as Lutein, which, although your body does not produce enough naturally, resides in your retina and protects your eyes from excess damage.

  1. Eat More Fish

N-Acetyl L-cysteine, an essential eye health vitamin, as well as Zinc and Vitamin A, are heavily present in Salmon, Shrimp, and other seafood delicacies.

  1. Consume More Nuts and Fruit

Fruits and nuts are rich in anti-oxidants such as Zeaxanthin, which is a carotenoid partner of Lutein. Antioxidants are essential to helping prevent the onset of many eye-related diseases--including macular degeneration and cataracts. 

  1. Limit Foods which Deteriorate Your Eye Health

Although it is essential to nourish your eyes with eye health vitamins like Vitamin A, Zinc, Lutein and NAC, much of the hard work you do can quickly be undone by simply eating the wrong foods.

These include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Vegetable Oil Based Foods
  • Crackers
  • Store Bought Sweets like Cookies and Cakes
  • All Fried Foods
  • Sugary Drinks

These foods are stocked full of trans fats and oils and are consumed by millions of Americans every day. They are also filled with highly unstable, polyunsaturated fats, which can easily cause oxidation—the same thing that happens to rusty cars!

Thousands of mutations lead to eye inflammation, your arteries can also clog—making it more difficult to deliver fresh oxygen to your eyes. This all lead to blurred vision and macular degeneration.

  1. Take an Eye Health multivitamin/multimineral supplement, such as Mojo Insight Advanced Eye Support

If your doctor clears it, it can be very beneficial to supplement your regimen with a daily dose of eye health vitamins.

Mojo Insight Advanced Eye support is designed to provide your daily value of eye vitamins (like Lutein, Vitamin A, Zinc, and NAC), and will deliver them on the days you failed to make fresh salmon or consume raw spinach.

Discover more about how these eye health nutrients can revolutionize health vision and thwart the onset of Age-related Macular Degeneration.



[1] https://www.aao.org/eye-health/news/stem-cell-treatment-dry-amd-closer-to-human-trials