Prevent Eye Damage With This Powerful Antioxidant-Rich, Mixed Berry Juice

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Did you know that deep-fried (oily) foods and processed foods deteriorate your eyesight very quickly? If you’re at an early stage of compromised vision, avoid these foods and start including high antioxidant foods in your diet.

Beta-carotene and lutein are two nutrients that are absolutely essential to supporting and protecting your eyesight as you age. Carrots, spinach and kale are some of the best food sources of both of these nutrients.

Regular consumption of foods high in antioxidants have been known to reduce the risks of eye problems like short or long-sightedness, astigmatism and cataracts. Fresh plant foods that are deep in yellow-orange-red colors contain phytonutrients best suited for this purpose.




Grapes, blueberries, blackberries, bilberry, raspberries and strawberries are also known to be rich with a phytonutrient (anthocyanidins) that is effective in protecting against cell degeneration in our eyes.



Juice these using a masticating juicer or use a blender to blend into a smoothie. Serve chilled.

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  1. Mich Wardrobe

    I read about you in the newspaper and I thought what you were doing are pretty interesting, informative and beneficial. So, I decided to take a look at your website and it looks good. Obviously you have put in a lot of effort. Thanks.

  2. Raspberries! Gosh no! Just the smell and I’m sick. Other berries are fine. So, can I just double up on one of the others in this recipe and get the same result as I would with raspberries?
    I’m slowly introducing juices to my diet and plan on a two week juicing. I have Multiple Sclerosis and Chronic Migraine Disease and am hoping that by using some of your recipes I can rid myself of all of this pain.
    Thank you for putting all of this together for us.

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