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So much of the news you hear about smart phones today can be negative. This is especially true when it comes to how our smart phones relate to our eye health. Study after study shows how smart phones can be bad for your eyes since you do not blink enough when staring at a phone screen.   The news can be so flooded with negative accounts of iPhone technology that we rarely stop to smell the roses! Recently, researchers at the University of Michigan have revealed a tool which combines...

 A study was recently conducted on 136,000 adults over the age of 40 to track patterns in eye related diseases. When it comes to the development of Glaucoma, an eye disease which puts pressure on your optic nerve and can lead to blindness, there was one revealing connection that stood out to observers.   Of the near 900 cases of Glaucoma found in the study group, those with a history of high cholesterol were 17% more likely to develop the eye disease.[1] High Cholesterol, which comes from a wax like...

How much do you put into your eye care and eye health? Chances are, you don’t put nearly as much thought into your eyes as would for something more noticeable, like skin or hair. Fortunately, there are multiple eye health Vitamins on the market that will do the hard work of eye health for you, decreasing the risk of developing cataracts (clouding of the eye's natural lens), age related macular degeneration (deterioration of the retina's central portion, which can cause blindness), and other eye-related conditions. So, with so many options...

  The Keto Diet, which is famous for replacing carbohydrates with fat, has been praised for its ability to both provide energy production and sustained heart health. This mostly has to do with how fat is much easier to convert into useful energy for your body. But did you know it may also be connected to nourishing your eyes? In a recent study, mice who were destined to develop glaucoma were put on the keto diet. It turns out that a diet rich in fats can also protect the retinal...

There are dozens of eye care products to choose from. Drugstores, grocery stores, and even discount stores line their shelves with all kinds of options. Some are effective for eye health, others, not so much. Given this confusion, we are going to lay out a guide for you in choosing products which are healthy for your eyes. Let’s review not only some of the best eye vitamins but also some foods and combinations of them that can give anyone better eye health.   Poor eyesight is usually associated with either...

Bilberries are often just known as a delicious way to make jam and is a distant cousin to blueberries—the common and delicious fruit you may put in your salads or on fruit trays. However, did you know that Bilberry has also been used to treat sickness and disease for thousands of years?      Bilberry was often used to treat diarrhea. And today, its use has expanded into many other fields of health. Bilberry is a flowered plant that is native to Northern European countries. The plant may not give...

Your eyes provide many indications as to the state of your overall health. Yellow eyes can be a symptom of liver failure, while the straining of your retina can be an early sign of diabetes.  But there is another you should add to the list, and it apples to the bodily organ responsible for pumping blood throughout your circulatory system: the human heart. Doctors have linked your eye health to high blood pressure, which is often called the “silent disease,” a defect which can come without even a whisper.  All...

According to recent statistics, women account for 2/3 of all eye related diseases, including Diabetic retinopathy, AMD, Cataracts, Glaucoma, or dry eye.[1]

Part of accounting for the disproportionate level of eye diseases among women involves the fact that millions of women have spent more time focusing on their families or communities, taking less and less time for self-care as they age.

Many supplements pair both ingredients together, as they were meant to work in a team to sustain your eye health. While there are hundreds of supplements on the market, few are combining carotenoids like Lutein with eye health vitamins like Vitamin A and Zinc.

In a recent study, coconut oil was proven to re-wet the eyes of rabbits. Coconut oil has also proven to work on human eyes as well. In fact, one study indicates that coconut oil could work just like tear drops you would buy over the counter.