2. Leafy greens
Kale isn’t just good for your fitspo cred – packed full of antioxidants, leafy greens help lower your risk of developing eye conditions such as glaucoma.
What can’t omega-3s do? These fatty acids in oily fish help protect adult eyes from macular degeneration. Aim for two to three serves of salmon, trout, mackerel, sardines or tuna each week.
Doesn’t matter if you’re a nut for almonds, walnuts or macadamias, nuts are a rich source of vitamin E. A Post-it note’s worth is enough to give your eye health a boost.
5. Low-GI foods
Slow-release carbs, such as whole grains, legumes and pears, are good for eye health as well as your blood sugar levels, so including nutritious low-GI foods in your diet regularly may help protect against eye issues.