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Feeling like your vision has gotten cloudy as you've aged?

Natural cure for Cataracts

 

The lens of the eye, which is what allows us to focus, is filled with a clear protein containing liquid. If the proteins in the liquid start to denature, they become cloudy. This can cause vision to get cloudy
 Consume the following: 

  • Kiwifruit 
  • Onions  
  • Spinach 
  • Tea 

 
Cataracts are a loss of transparency of the crystalline lens of the eye.  In the most common form, vision becomes blurry, like a frosted glass window, and there is profuse tearing and irritation.   
 
It has several forms, but in general, the lens is hardened and is a deep brown, green, gray or milky. In some cases, it only affects part of the eye.  
 
Using 15 mg of B-2 (tablet form) daily and nothing else, cures almost 100% of the reported cases for Cataracts. These results were reported by Dr. Sydenstricker of the University of Georgia. 
 

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Foods containing vitamin B-2: 
 

  •  Beans 
  • Beets 
  • Broccoli 
  •  Brewer’s Yeast 
  •  Calf Liver 
  •  Chicken 
  •  Nuts 
  •  Peanuts 
  •  Raw Collards  
  •  Salmon 
  •  Turnip Tops 
  •  Wheat germ 

 
The lack of vitamin C and Calcium are often associated with Cataracts.  Others advise the use of vitamins A, D, E, dessicated liver, sunflower seed meal, organex, and protein, in addition to vitamin C and B-2 for Cataracts.  This combination also helped with mental and physical health. 
 
In Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Monthly, a doctor says that his method of preventing or correcting cataracts is to give his patients a special diet which includes the tops of vegetables with a pint of milk and two eggs daily, with vitamins C and A and chlorophyll tablets.   
 
Foods rich in calcium (all contain roughly 200mg. per serving) include: 
 

  • Common Beans 
  •  Beet Greens 
  •  Dandelion greens 
  •  Mustard greens 
  •  Parsley 
  •  Turnip greens 
  •  Watercress