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Saturday, April 26, 2008

Nuts About Your Eyes

Regardless of their shape, size, or type, fatty foods may be bad for your eyes. With this exception: nuts!

Yep, eating nuts at least once a week may help protect your peepers from vision-stealing conditions like macular degeneration.

Feed Your Vision
Scientists discovered that people with age-related macular degeneration (AMD) could slow down the disease by eating one or more servings of nuts a week. Makes sense. The supernutrients in nuts -- vitamin E, copper, magnesium, fiber, and resveratrol -- all help protect against blood vessel problems that might contribute to AMD. (Use RealAge Smart Search to learn more about the condition.)

More Sight Savers
Not so nuts about nuts? Here are some other ways to keep your eyes sharp.

* Go fish! Turns out eating fish, like eating nuts, may have a protective effect against AMD progression. It's also good for warding off this eye syndrome.
* Be cool. Wear your shades. Here's how protecting your eyes from UV rays helps keep them healthy.
* Hit the road. Simple exercises like walking may be good for your eyes. Here's why.
* Bulk up. Your diet, that is -- with these four other friends of eye health.

How's your vision? Take the Amsler Eye Test at the end of this eye-health article.
RealAge Benefit: Eating a diet low in saturated and trans fats can make your RealAge as much as 6 years younger.