- Load up on lutein
Supplement with 15 mg of this healthy antioxidant three times a week to improve vision in cases of age-related cataracts
- See what C can do
Help maintain antioxidant protection against cataracts by taking 500 to 1,000 mg of vitamin C every day
- Enjoy an eye-healthy diet
Eat plenty of green, leafy, lutein-rich vegetables, such as spinach and kale
- Say good-bye to smoking
Kick the habit to reduce the risk of oxidative damage that can lead to cataracts
- Block those rays
Shield your eyes from excessive exposure to sunlight to reduce the risk of oxidative damage leading to cataracts
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