Protect your sight with palm wine, vegetables



Protect your sight with palm wine, vegetables
YOU must have probably been overfed with the news that fruits and vegetables are good for your health. You must have also heard that we need to eat fruits and vegetables regularly to prevent diseases like stomach diseases, breast and colon cancer. But are you sure you have heard that certain green leafy vegetables prevent eye diseases? Although you may be familiar with the report that carrot is good for the eyes so also are formulated drugs or supplements containing yeast, but have you ever wondered what is in palm wine that make people say its consumption boost of sight?



For your information, it is not totally bad to drink palm wine provided you are not drinking the “chemicalised” type — that is, palm wine whose taste has been enhanced with artificial sweeteners like sarcarine. Some eye doctors and optometrists say as yeast is good for the eyes, likewise palm wine helps in enhancing sight, but with a word of caution: Fermented palm wine should not be taken as it contains high quantity of alcohol which is injurious to organs of the body like liver, kidney and eyes.

Unfermented palm wine it was reported, contains good amount of yeast, though there are other formulated yeast tablets. It is also beneficial to the body as well. Other precautionary measures that must be observed when considering drinking palm wine to enhance the sight is that it must not be the adulterated type. However, to prevent cataract and other eye diseases like macular degeneration, green leafy vegetables are the sure bet. Vegetables, it should be emphasized are not only associated with lower risk of colon and stomach cancers, some of them are exceptionally good for preventing cataract.


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2 comments:

  1. so that, Unfermented palm wine is useful.........
    TO PROTECT EYE OR PREVENT SIGHT....
    OR I CAN CURE EYE SIGHT......??

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  2. Yes, palm wine is very natural and help to build better sigh but does not cure eye disease.

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