Your food choices won’t bring your eyesight back. But healthy eating, along with quitting smoking and taking doctor-recommended dietary supplements, may be able to help you see better for longer. 

According to Ron Adelman, MD, MPH, director of Retina and Macula Service at Yale School of Medicine, people with age-related macular degeneration (AMD) should 

load up on green leafy vegetables and try to get omega-3 fatty acids from at least two servings of fish per week. 

“But the recommendation isn’t always so strict,” Adelman says. “We try to find food choices that fit in with the lifestyle of the person. Many times, a dietitian can…


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