Building Strong Vision With Vitamins
For building, supporting, maintaining, and improving your vision a daily intake of adequate amount of Vitamin A is necessary. Vitamin A, which was discovered and named in 1912, tops the list of all the Vitamins.
Vitamin A can be found in dark, green leafy vegetables like spinach, collards, chard, and kale. Colored vegetables like carrots, beets, squash, red cabbage, yellow sweet potato are also a rich source of Vitamin A. Orange and yellow colored fruits such as mango, oranges, papaya are essential sources of Vitamin A too.
Foods such as fish, liver, egg yolks, and dairy products also contain Vitamin A.
Vitamin A deficiency can cause blindness. The United Nations World Health Organization (WHO) has ascertained that Vitamin A deficiency causes preventable blindness in children, and further enhances the risk of disease and death from severe infections.
Vitamin A deficiency can also lead to partial or complete blindness. In this computer era people who are glued to their computer systems are prone to carpal tunnel vision. Hence, an adequate supply of Vitamin A can significantly reduce the risk of loosing your vision.
A proper and balanced diet with rich sources of Vitamin A will help you in building a strong vision.
But excess amount of Vitamin A is not healthy for your body. Because Vitamin A dissolves in fat, not in water, it can not be excreted easily. So try to get the adequate amount of Vitamin A; neither much, nor less.