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Vision changes?



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Vision changes are considered a common sign of aging. However, eyeglasses don’t address causes of this health decline. See how this man changed his health story.

I was attending an annual conference for a company that markets nutritional products. A gentleman whom I’ve known for over 15 years was leaning against a wall, waiting for the doors to open. He’s somewhere in his 60’s.

He looked different. I’d just seen him within the last year, so not too much time had passed. His hair seemed to be the same, he hadn’t lost or gained significant amounts of weight, I just couldn’t put my finger on it…

…what could be different?

So, I began a conversation with him, “You look great! So, what’s new”? He knew what I was talking about, “I’m not wearing glasses anymore" he said. "I started taking this nutritional supplement for eye health and actually thought they were getting worse. When I got up in the morning, the first thing I’d do was put my glasses on. I couldn’t see as well anymore. It took me a few days to realize that I didn’t need them as much anymore!

I went to my doctor who wanted to change my prescription. I wanted to wait and 'see' what happened.

I did a little research and found some exercises you can do for vision to help strengthen eye muscles, which get weak with using glasses. Within a short period of time, combining the exercises and the nutrition, I was seeing just fine. It’s weird though, I’ve worn them for so long it takes some getting used to."

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Vision Health supplement

Sometimes a targeted nutrient won't work. Why? Because it doesn't have a good foundation to work on. I strongly recommend starting with a quality nutritional supplement, an all-in-one, and taking it for 6-8 weeks before beginning any specific nutrient. That will give you the best chance to change your health story.

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There are others, but here's a link to FREE exercises that may help if you're struggling with vision changes:
Strengthen Eye Muscles


Breaking News (highlights are mine):

    BOSTON, Mass. (Dec. 7, 2008)

    Rods and cones coexist peacefully in healthy retinas. Both types of cells occupy the same layer of tissue and send signals when they detect light, which is the first step in vision. The incurable eye disease Retinitis Pigmentosa, however, reveals a codependent relationship between the two that can be destructive. When flawed rods begin to die, otherwise normal cones follow them to the grave, leading to blindness. A new study might explain why.

    Data published online in Nature Neuroscience Dec. 7 suggest the cones are starving to death. As rods disappear, the structure of the retina breaks down. This might disrupt the connections between the cones and their source of nutrients.

    "This is the first study linking cone [cell] death in Retinitis Pigmentosa to a metabolic problem that suggests starvation," says senior author Constance Cepko, an HMS professor and investigator with Howard Hughes Medical Institute.



Wow! It's getting in the news. Back in the 1950's, Linus Pauling stated that "all illness can be traced back to a mineral deficiency". The study you just read reports 'starvation at the cellular level' and, 'vision changes and blindness from lack of nutrients'. Armed with this information, consider nourishing your cells, and you may see more clearly.

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Vision Health supplement



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