Recently, there has been a lot of discussion about how to reverse blurry vision naturally. Can you really restore 20/20 vision with natural eye exercises and eye nutrition?

New studies now confirm a connection between what you eat in relation to the performance of your eyes.

Increasing your physical activity and maintaining a well-balanced diet will improve your quality of life and help preserve and improve your eyesight.

Keep in mind that anything you do that affects your cardiovascular system has the potential to damage or repair your vision. This includes exercises and eye nutrition. Any change in the blood supply to the eyes can cause a blockage, resulting in blurred vision or vision loss. Improper diet and lack of exercise have been the catalyst for many people with type 2 diabetes, which can lead to diabetic retinopathy and vision loss.

A balanced diet that contains the 3 main sources of fuels are proteins, fats and carbohydrates. These are necessary to keep our bodies, minds, and eyes healthy and strong. Omega-3 fatty acids from fish, low-fat protein from chicken and vegetables, whole grains, and plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables are necessary for optimal vision.

Proper ocular nutrition requires an adequate amount of micronutrients, 50-60% complex carbohydrates, 20-25% protein and 20-25% fat, ideally containing omega-3 fatty acids.

To help improve poor vision, follow the dietary recommendations below and incorporate simple eye exercises into your lifestyle. Also, consider taking vitamin supplements to ensure you’re getting good amounts of micronutrients that are important for maintaining eye health.

poor eye vision nutrition

Saturated fat

Fatty meats and full-fat dairy products

Fast foods rich in trans fatty acids

Snacks High in Saturated Fat

Diet soft drinks or not

sweet

High amounts of refined sugar

Nutrition for good eye vision

Plenty of fruits and vegetables – Organic preferred

8 large glasses of water a day

Vitamin A,B,C and D supplements

Lutein, beta-carotene, cranberry extract

Fruits and vegetables

Fish and Nuts

The above eye vision nutrition recommendations are not the most important thing in achieving 20/20 vision. If you’re looking for more effective nutrition tips and exercises to improve your eyesight naturally, your local library and online resources are widely available. A very popular book explaining how to increase eye vision was created by the famous Dr.William Bates in the early 1900’s and is still in circulation today.