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Diabetics: Is this nutrient deficiency the reason you'll go blind?

by , 04 March 2016

Research recently showed the importance of one nutrient for saving your eyesight
Blindness from glaucoma is one of the most common side effects of diabetes
Protect your eyes with this nutrient rich leafy green vegetable

One of the most common complications of diabetes is glaucoma. In fact, 75% of diabetics with uncontrolled high blood sugar will develop glaucoma.

Uncontrolled diabetes damages the nerves in the back of your eye and increases the pressure within your eyeball. Leave this pressure to build up and you'll go blind.

But going blind isn't inevitable.

As long as you get your daily dose of this one nutrient commonly found in green leafy vegetables, you can protect your eyes from the devastation diabetes causes

Read more about it below.

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Research recently showed the importance of one nutrient for saving your eyesight
 
A study on people with glaucoma done by researchers from Harvard Medical School, showed there’s a significant link between diet and glaucoma.
 
If you don’t eat enough green leafy vegetables, and you suffer from type 2 diabetes, your risk of glaucoma, and subsequently going blind, is through the roof.
 
But in the study, the group of participants who got their required daily intake of leafy greens, lowered their risk of this devastating diabetes side effect by a third.
 
It all has to do with the nitrates in leafy greens.
 
The compounds increases blood flow through the eye by dilating the blood vessels around the eyeball.

And by doing so helps keep high blood sugar concentrations from coming into contact with the optic nerve for too long. It also helps get rid of excess fluid from the eye, which keeps the pressure in the eyeball constant.
 
And there’s one way to ensure you get your daily dose of nitrates to protect your sight.
 
Protect your eyes with this nutrient rich leafy green vegetable
 
One type of green leafy vegetables that delivers a high quality nitrate is spinach.
 
It’s inexpensive and you can eat a lot of it throughout the day.
 
For example, blitz it up in a morning smoothie, use spinach leaves for your lunch salad instead of lettuce, and have steamed spinach for dinner.
 
This way, you’ll get more than enough of your daily dose of sight-saving nitrates. And you’ll have less complications to worry about as a diabetic.
 
Start eating your spinach to save your eyes today!
 
To read more about the natural ways to protect your body from diabetes complications, get your copy of Dr Golding’s Natural Health Dossier here…

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