Spinach-The Eye Remedy.
Spinach helps to improve eyesight you can have 20/20 vision you
just have to take a little more care of your eyes and no more waste
of money on other treatment. Lutein is the pigment found in foods
like green leafy vegetables that gives it its color. It is found in
the yolk of eggs. You can buy spinach canned or frozen but it is
most nutritious when purchased fresh. Originally it was found in
southwest Asian and was unknown to Romans and Greeks but first
began to be cultivated by the Persians. It is grown universally
except for in the very warm climates. It came into use first as a
medicinal plant because of its oxalic acid. Spinach is hailed as a
super food because it has so many vitamins and minerals. It is low
The best exercise is Dot exercise, to do this a period or comma on
the page and focus on creation it as clear as possible. Stare at
the period until it comes into focus. Chances are after a few
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relaxing your eyes. Close them for a minute and let them relax. Now
look at the period without straining.
Spinach if probably one of the better vegetables you can eat for
your eye health and eye vision. Spinach is loaded with Leutin, a
carotene that we already know thatís important to fight of eye
diseases. But exactly how does Lutein work? This is pretty boring
stuff, so letís be brief: Lutein in your eyes absorbs blue light,
which is the most dangerous type of light for your eyes. Lutein and
zeaxanthin protects the eye from damage by UV light. Spinach is not
only high in Lutein, but it also has abundant vitamin A and C,
fiber, and potassium. Studies have shown that a diet with regular
spinach dishes improves your overall health, and especially health
for your eyes.
This leafy green is an excellent source of vitamin K, vitamin A,
magnesium, folate, manganese, iron, calcium, vitamin C, vitamin B2,
potassium, and vitamin B6. Itís a very good source of protein,
phosphorus, vitamin E, zinc, dietary fiber, and copper. Plus, itís
a good source of selenium, niacin, and omega-3 fatty acids.
Although the mechanism by which egg yolk increases lutein bio
availability is not yet known, it is likely due to the fats
(cholesterol and choline) found in egg yolk since lutein, like
other carotenoids, is fat-soluble and cannot be absorbed unless fat
is also present. To maximally boost your lutein absorption from
spinach, I suggest enjoying this vegetable, whether steamed,
sauteed or fresh in spinach salad, with a little olive oil and/ or
a topping of chopped hard-boiled egg to provide your body with some
fats to help enhance the bio availability of this fat-soluble
Eating spinach helps to cure the eyesight as observed, benefits are
that its soothes and relaxes your eyes, and enhances local blood
circulation, which improves your vision. It keeps you healthy
eating spinach has no side effects.
Misbah Murad (Student)
Dow university of health sciences (ION) Karachi.
Psychological help is essential for the acid burn victims.
Through the courtesy of your highly acclaimed and circulated news
paper i want to highlight the misery of acid burn victims, although
the government has worked on this issue for a while but this
problem is again needed to be address with required effectiveness.
It is difficult to understand the feelings of acid burn victims as
they pass from a phase of mental distress and develop a feeling of
inferiority by the shocking reaction of the society and thus
restrict themselves to their homes. The motivations for acid attack
in Pakistan range from men attacking women over the rejection of
marriage or any form of intimate relation to religious
fundamentalist attacking unknown women because they felt the women
were too modern and westernized and husbands may do so in fear of
doubt on their wives character. Although some NGO's are working to
rehabilitate these victims but psychological help is essential for
the victims healing. It is need to be there from day one that the
survivor needs it to bear the pain and treatment to deal with the
disfigurement. Psychiatric consultation is appropriate for all such
patients to get psychological support and the required medication,
reconstructive surgery, skin grafting and physical therapy. We as a
nation should support such victims by morally and emotionally
encouraging them to live a better life and face the stigma, the
threats and the trial with bravery.
It is my kind request to the government and our society so they may
take adequate steps to provide relieve to such victims and give
them a equally respect and position in the society.
Dow University of Health Sciences,