In this video, we are going to talk about turmeric, a member of the ginger family, which has shown significant effects as an herbal remedy for eye health.
Did you know that about 75% of cases of partial or total vision loss can be avoided and even reversed?
This statement announced by the WHO (World Health Organization) raises a warning about how what we can do to prevent blindness.
Blindness is nothing more than a condition characterized by the loss of your ability to see, which may be transient when vision loss only occurs for a certain amount of time.
Reversible types of blindness can have numerous causes like cataracts, opacity of the cornea, trachoma and even migraines.
After the age of fifty, the main cause of vision loss is degeneration of the macula, a small area located in the central portion of our retina, which allows us to see details, read texts and recognize faces.
That said, what can we do to ensure that our eyes stay healthy?
One habit that greatly impairs our eyesight is the continuous exposure to screens.
Another way to prevent these eye problems is by using an ingredient that you’ve probably used to season your food. We’re talking about turmeric or, more specifically, its active component curcumin.
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