If someone told you that vision is related to nutrition, do you believe it or not? In fact, poor vision is not only related to picky about food and selective eating disorder. While good nutrition can improve visual acuity.
According to the survey, the age of Chinese children suffering from the myopia continuously brings forward and the number is increasing continuously.
Besides the increasing of study pressure, long time watching TV, using computer and playing video games, children's daily activities will also increase the burden of using eyes in different degree. Children’s poor eyesight also has a great relationship with the unbalanced nutrition.
Choosy in food may leads to nutrition imbalance and directly affect the development of eyeball. For example, choosy in food will cause the lack of protein and vitamin, especially the lack of vitamin A, B and carotene will lead to myopia. If we compare our eyes to a fine camera, the retina is just like photographic film, while vitamin A is like the photosensitive material of the film. Lack of the photosensitive material, photos cannot be exposed and the vision cannot come into being. In school days, we need to read books and study at night, which will consume more vitamin A than that during the daytime. Lacking of vitamin A for a long time, the epithelium cell of cornea will become vulnerable and get hurt easily because of its over dry, and thus affect the vision of children. Choosy in food may also lead to the insufficiency of other nutriments concerning about vision, such as vitamin B2, zinc and other elements, and it may also lead to the decline in visual acuity.
Adequate nutrition can help you alleviate visual fatigue and protect eyes. And the vision is most closely related to protein, vitamin A, B1, B2, C and some other microelements. DHA in breast milk can prevent myopia.