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Can Vitamin E Prevent Cataracts?

Vitamin E Cataracts are a growing vision problem that many people are finding to be an almost common factor in their lives as they grow older. A recent study was published in the Archives of Ophthalmology stating and proving that a diet with more vegetables and higher Vitamin E levels can greatly reduce the risk of cataracts in your future. This was a large study that worked with 35,551 women of 45 years and older and studied them over a period of 10 years.

This study found that after the 10 year study period was up 2,031 of their participants developed cataracts. Those who took the most Vitamin E supplements and natural food intake were found to be 14% less likely to develop cataracts than those participants who had lower or non-existent levels of Vitamin E. Additionally, women who took in more lutein and zeaxanthin, which are compounds found in darker and yellow leafy vegetables were 18% less likely to develop cataracts in their future.

Vitamin E levels can do a great deal for the body and by including this vitamin in your diet through foods you are taking the responsibility and control over your own health.  You can find Vitamin E through foods such as dark green leafy vegetables, sweet potatoes, oatmeal, whole grains, brown rice, nuts, seeds and legumes.

This is just a short list of the different areas you can utilize to make sure that your Vitamin E levels are where they should be. The daily recommended dosage or intake of Vitamin E can vary when it comes to your age and current health condition, which makes it a smart choice to visit a naturopathic professional to learn what your specific and unique Vitamin E intake should be and if you are a candidate for supplements if your levels are increasingly low.

With this new study stating that Vitamin E can also have an effect on your vision that is just one more reason to make sure that you are doing everything you can to include Vitamin E rich foods in your diet or making the necessary arrangements for the proper supplements for you. Always do what you can to extract Vitamin E naturally through foods.

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