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Unmasking Eye Health

Eye health conditions have many different causes that vary dependent on the symptoms you’re dealing with, and what else is going on in your body. Many of them can heal. However there are some commonalities across the different types of conditions too.

Whenever there is an eye health condition, there will also be a lack of antioxidants, mineral deficiencies, and/or free radicals in the body from oxidizing heavy metals, pesticides, and other toxins. Anyone with eye health issues would benefit from increasing the antioxidants and minerals in their diet by eating more fruits, vegetables, herbs, spices, and wild foods.

Macular Degeneration
This condition is typically caused by an antioxidant and mineral deficiency so it’s important to focus on bringing in more of these nutrients from fresh fruits and vegetables.

Blurriness
When it’s not macular degeneration, blurry eyes can be a neurological problem that’s caused by a number of other issues like blood toxicity, a liver condition, heavy metal toxicity, or viral issues in the liver that affect the central nervous system.It can also be from blood sugar issues like hypoglycemia, inconsistent blood sugar issues, glucose deficiency, and more. Diabetic conditions develop from the adrenals and liver, which can lead to blurry vision. It’s important to increase fruits and vegetables and consider lowering animal foods. You can apply the information in the Adrenal Fatigue chapter of my book Medical Medium and my suggestions on supporting the liver.

Glasses
If a child needs glasses early in their life, it’s typically from mercury they have inherited from generations of the family live. You can read my book Medical Medium for more information on this. Mercury disorientates the eyes, throwing off the eye muscles, eye responses, and some of the nerves behind the eye. Children can need glasses overnight whereas some older people need glasses later in life from a slower rate of toxic mercury build up over time.

Glaucoma
A specific variety of Epstein-Barr virus causes glaucoma. This variety may not cause many health challenges other than some fatigue until someone is much older when they can get glaucoma. An anti-viral protocol for EBV like the one described in my book is important.

Burning Eyes
This symptom is typically caused by the Shingles virus. You may even have tingling, tickling sensations on the sides of the face which causes your eyes to burn, squint, or tingle. The Shingles protocol I outline in my book is very important.

Floaters
White or black floating spots in your vision are caused by a lot of neurotoxins floating around in the body from Epstein-Barr virus. EBV shortcuts currents and electrical currents that go to the eye causing these floaters.

Eye Pain
If you have trigeminal neuralgia pain up the neck and jaw, you might get told you have TMJ. It can also run to the eye causing pain from inflamed nerves, which is really caused by Shingles.

Eye Related Migraines
These painful migraines are due to a combination of viral issues and heavy metal toxicity. You can follow my protocols for both of these to help recover your health.

Chronic Styes
The main culprit causing styes is a bacterial infection from streptococcus. Strep sits dormant in the sinuses and comes into the eyes when the immune system is down. You can also get styes when you pick up a fresh strain of strep from dirty places. Also, when you pick up a flu virus, it can feed any congestion in the body and cause an outbreak of strep. Staph bacteria can be the other cause of styes.

Optic Nerve Issues
This is a viral issue where typically only one eye is affected. An antiviral approach with lots of fruits, vegetables, herbs, spices, wild foods, and targeted supplements can help.

Cataracts
The real cause of cataracts is exposure to pesticides and herbicides and old DDT stored in your body that’s been inherited over the generations. I talk more about this in my book Medical MediumLife-Changing Foods, and Liver Rescue. You can follow the advice in these books and also do your best to switch to an organic diet.

Eye Dryness
This is mostly caused from adrenal health issues. You can support your adrenals by grazing every 1.5 to 2 hours. Watch my video for some perfectly balanced adrenal snack ideas.

Healing Foods
Some of the most healing foods for eye health conditions include wild blueberries, raspberries, mangos, asparagus, oranges, avocado, parsley, celery juice, saffron, fennel, spinach, winter squash, carrots, and sweet potatoes.

Healing Supplements
Some of the most healing supplements for eye health conditions include spirulina, barley grass juice extract powder, elderberry tea, eyebright, ginkgo biloba, nettle leaf, Micro-C, zinc, and selenium.

Next Steps
Take the information you’ve learned in this article and radio show and consider applying it to help support your eye health. Many eye conditions can heal, and now you have the information on many of the true causes to help you decide what action to take next. If you’re not sure where to start, begin with some of the healing foods and work your way from there. Reference my books and the radio show for more detailed information and take it one day at a time. I support you and I’m with you.

This item posted: 04-Aug-2016

 

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