Green tea catechins could help protect against glaucoma and other eye diseases, according to a new research which found that the ingredients travel from the digestive system into the tissues of the eyes.
Lutein and zeaxanthin, carotenoids found in dark leafy green
vegetables, were nearly 10 times more powerful than the antioxidant
vitamin E in protecting human eye cells from UV-induced damage,
report US researchers.
Taking supplements of the omega-3 fatty acid DHA in combination
with vitamin A can initially slow the progression of the eye
disease retinitis pigmentosa, report researchers, but for those
already on vitamin A therapy, adding DHA...