Who Needs Nutritional Optometry?
Optometrists and ophthalmologists need nutritional optometry/ophthalmology, and as new well-done studies
reported in highly respected peer-review journals, practitioners are passing on to patients the new information.
More and more, eye doctors, optometrists and ophthalmologists, are learning how to counsel their patients as to prudent dietary behavior. When the prudent behavior utilizes natural, non-invasive methods with minimal expense and minimal hazard, it becomes prudent to recommend and monitor these strategies, at least for persons at imminent risk.
Those of us who are concerned to prevent adverse refractive change (such as increasing nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism) need to benefit from nutritional counseling advice and ergonometric advice to reduce the risk factors that tend to promote the adverse changes.
Those of us or those close to us who are vulnerable to the disabling eye disorders including cataract, macular degeneration, vitreous abnormalities, and retinal degenerations need to benefit from the best new advice now available as to the prevention and reversal of many forms of these disorders.
Many of those of us who wear contact lenses or who suffer from dry eyes can benefit more from the best dietary advice than from eye drops!
Many glaucoma victims are consuming common foods that tend to elevate intraocular pressure and worsen the glaucoma effects!
“In the Vanguard of Dietary Research and Integrative Therapy in the Prevention and Reversal of Eye and Vision Disorders”