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Makayla raphael


09/12/2012

What foods are helpful for photophobia?

I was diagnosed photophobia. Is there any food good for people with photophobia? Give me some suggestions! Thanks!
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  • Sue

    09/12/2012

    Photophobia is a medically term to describe people sensitive to light. To help you keep good health of your eyes, you can take some food contain riboflavin B2. You can also begin with riboflavin B2 at about 100 mg, plus the other vitamin B complex in the form of B50. And you can take it 4 days in a week for a couple of months. Besides, eating some chinese wolfberries also helps because it contain rich zeaxanthin. In addition, food with carotene and vitamin A also help you.
  • eisenstiefel

    09/13/2012

    It is not doubt that Vitamin A is known as the ''eye of the essential'', which prevents eyes from dry, vision loss, photophobia remedy and so on. And the carrot, green or yellow vegetables and red dates are your good choice. The chrysanthemum is rich in vitamin A, and is an important substance for maintaining eye health, Therefore, it is also a traditional Chinese medicine for treating various of eye diseases. By they way, vitamin B is one of the sources of visual nerve nutrition. If deficiency of vitamin B1, the eye fatigue will happen to you; and vitamin B2 deficiency, it is easy to cause keratitis. So you can eat sesame, soybean, fresh milk, wheat germ and other food. The fruit of Chinese 'wolfberry' contains rich carotene, vitamin A, B1, B2, C, calcium, iron and other essential nutrients, is healthy for your eyes.
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