eye foods

Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.

Submitted by dave on Sat, 08/02/2008 - 4:58pm

"Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants." is the mantra of a New York Times Magazine article containing an excellent account of recommended dietary concepts. You will see how the damaging concept of chemical nutrients could be replaced by knowledge of the healing effects of taste to bring nutrition back from the realm of the food chemistry lab into the real world of sensory pleasure and good health.

Krill Oil Benefits for Vision - Better Than Fish Oil?

Submitted by dave on Mon, 04/23/2007 - 1:38pm

Could krill oil be better than fish oil and become one of the superfoods you take regularly? Revisit the conversation about foods that are good for your vision and overall health by reading through this blog post by Dave.

Alan Tillotson On Glaucoma

Submitted by dave on Wed, 03/07/2007 - 12:52pm

I have recently started consulting with Alan Tillotson, R.H., Ph.D., at the CHRYSALIS NATURAL MEDICINE CLINIC. I'm impressed with his knowledge of Ayurvedic and Chinese herbs (as well as Western herbs). I had a one hour consultation with Alan yesterday and I will definitely be following up with him. (Later in this post, I will share something he has written on glaucoma.)


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Nutrition and the Eyes

Submitted by dave on Wed, 03/07/2007 - 11:40am

 Mr. Bill Sardi, who has collected and studied a great deal of research on our eyes, spoke at a NOHA program on "Nutrition and the Eyes," October 15, 1997. He pointed out that our eyes are subject to radiation from light and that in the act of seeing they use a great deal of energy. As we know, in order to live we produce energy by using oxygen; this process produces many harmful free radicals, which then need to be quenched.


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