This Herb Prevents 9 Different Eye Problems Including Cataracts! – GTM

Parsley originates from the Mediterranean region of Southern Italy, Tunisia, Algeria, Macedonia, Serbia and Greece. It has been long used as spice and not many people are familiar with its health benefits.

Nutritional Value

  • Calcium
  • Iron
  • Magnesium
  • Manganese
  • Potassium
  • Zinc
  • Vitamin A
  • Vitamin K
  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin E
  • Vitamin B6
  • Vitamin B12

This herb boasts diuretic effects, helping control different diseases like kidney stones, urinary tract infections, and gallbladder stones. Moreover, it has anti-inflammatory properties which treat toothaches, bruises, insect bites, and other inflammation causes, including rheumatoid arthritis. The volatile oil components of parsley, myristicin particularly, inhibit tumor formation while protecting against cell damage from oxidation. The herb supports a healthy heart, maintains strong and healthy bones, and controls blood sugar levels among people who suffer from diabetes.

Juicing with parsley

A fresh herb is always better option than dried one. So, it needs to be deep in color, crisp, and fresh. You need to avoid bunches that have wilted leaves or yellow color. Organic parsley I the best way to reap all the health benefits without the risk of any pesticides. Store it in a bag in the fridge, read to juice or cook with it.

Mix these juices for healthy eyes:

Retinitis Pigmentosis
This is a group of inherited diseases which cause gradual loss of vision.

Juice: parsley, apple, spinach, grapes, lemon, raspberries, celery, wheat grass, leeks, garlic, cabbage, ginger, carrots, beets;

Optic Nerve Problems
These issues are caused by loss of the protective sheath around the optic nerve and can lead to blind spots and blurring.

Juice: parsley, carrots, berries, wheat grass, cabbage, ginger, endive, ginger;

Floaters
Eye floaters are caused by separation of the retina and cause small clouds or dark spots in person`s vision.

Juice: parsley, carrots, beets, garlic, raspberries, celery, parsnip, apples;

Lattice Degeneration
It is a disease of the human eye characterized by thinning of the peripheral retina which negatively affects the peripheral vision.

Juice: parsley, leeks, ginger, beets, cabbage, grapes, celery, lemon, wheat grass, spinach, carrots, raspberries, apples;

Macular Degeneration
Macular degeneration is manifested by blurred vision and it is caused by the deterioration of the macula, a small central area of the retina.

Juice: parsley, apples, leafy greens, bell peppers, broccoli, raspberries;

Glaucoma
This condition damages the eye`s optic nerve and tends to worsen as time passes by.

Juice: parsley, raspberries, turnip, cabbage, beets, apples, plums, celery, radishes, carrots, cucumber;

Diabetic Retinopathy
This condition arises from diabetes complication and causes damage to the retina.

Juice: parsley, raspberries, wheat grass, carrots, Jerusalem artichokes, asparagus, spinach, ginger, cabbage, garlic, pumpkin, leeks, beets, celery;

Cataracts/Conjunctivitis
It is a well known fact that cataracts usually develop in elderly individuals, as the protein in the eye forms over the eyes. On the other hand, conjunctivitis is an infection which causes irritation, redness and soreness of the day and it is usually result of some virus or bacteria.

Juice: parsley, celery, endive, spinach, blueberries, apples;

Best Disease
Last but not least, best disease is a genetic condition you are born with and it reduces the central vision. People suffering from this disease have troubles with their vision when writing, reading, or watching TV.

Juice: parsley, beets, ginger, apples, carrots, spinach, lemon, raspberries, wheat grass, grapes, celery, garlic,  cabbage, leeks;

Please share this information with your family and friends!

                                           GTM

 

 

Sources:

  • www.healthylifeidea.com
  • www.davidwolfe.com

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