As the rate of diabetes continues to increase across the country, it’s important to understand the ins and outs of this whole-body health issue. Eye health issues caused by diabetes are often not discussed until serious problems arise. Diabetes impacts your quality of vision, reducing your color and contrast sensitivity and even causing vision loss. However, just as nutrition is important for the overall stability of diabetes, it’s imperative for preserving lasting eye health. Here are some nutrients that are necessary for supporting vision for people with diabetes. Continue reading Supplementation to Support Diabetic Eye Health
When it comes to having good vision, many people think about the acuity score we get from eye exams with an eye chart. But life is more than black and white, it’s shades of gray and, more pronouncedly, it’s wonderful hues of colorful scenery that enrich your perspective. In this post, we’ll explain what exactly color vision is and why it’s more important to your vision than just pretty pictures. Continue reading Color Vision: What Is It & Why Does It Matter?
When it comes to our diets, most of us could afford to eat a little healthier. However, in the craziness that is life, it can be tough to get all the nutrients you need every day, especially for eye health. However, supplementation has made it easier than ever to get the exact amount of nutrients your eyes and body need to function at their best. Continue reading Supplementation for Healthy Vision
Earth Day is April 22nd, and there are many ways to celebrate the planet we live on. Plant a tree, clean up trash, recycle. Though we put a great deal of trust in our manufacturers for many of our variables, EyePromise wants to share all the ways we’re working towards a greener Earth. Continue reading EyePromise® Goes Green
With the increase in screen time, blue light has become somewhat of a buzz word. However, screens aren’t the only source of blue light. In fact, the sun gives off 10x more blue light than screens do, and compact fluorescent lights (CFLs) and light-emitting diodes (LEDs) also emit a small amount of blue light. With all these sources emitting this potentially damaging light wave, what can you do to protect you and your family’s eyes? Continue reading Blue Light Protection: What Are Your Options?
Heraclitus, a famous Greek philosopher, once said, “The only constant in life is change.” This statement seems all-too-true when it comes to aging. There are many changes our bodies go through as we age. Some of the most common changes occur with vision, but not all visual changes that happen with age are “normal.” Continue reading What You Need to Know About Aging & Eye Health
Our vision naturally changes as we age. At around 40 years of age, you may start to notice that seeing fine details, seeing in low light, and driving at night become more difficult. However, these vision changes don’t need to be part of your future. Now, you can support your aging eyes with nutrition and help keep your eyes seeing better for longer. Here are some of the nutrients you should be getting every day. Continue reading Supplementation for Aging Eyes
Nutrition is a buzz word for many of us, and we know it’s important for a healthy lifestyle. We also know that getting all the nutrients our bodies, specifically our eyes, need through our diet alone can be difficult. Short of having a personal chef who assembles lavishly nutritious meals for you daily, it’s safe to say that most of us don’t have the time, resources, or know-how to eat for our eyes. That’s why supplements and vitamins were created. Continue reading What Are Supplements/Vitamins & How Do They Work?
At this point, we likely know that nutrition is important for all aspects of our health, including eye health. That’s why brightly colored fruits and vegetables, fish, and leafy greens are foods we should try to incorporate into what we eat every day. But how much would we need to eat to get what our eyes really need from our food? Continue reading Why Supplementation Is Important
It’s well known that what you eat affects your health. Eating certain nutrients can help support your immune system, while others help build muscle tissue. But did you know that your nutrition can greatly impact your eye health? Continue reading How Does Nutrition Help Your Eye Health?