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With time, it’s not uncommon for us all to notice changes in our vision and eyesight. To maintain good eye health over time, it is important that we pay attention to changes in vision. Our eyes can be affected by the other health conditions we may be experiencing, too. High blood pressure and diabetes are examples of two conditions that can affect your eyes with time.
One way to protect your vision health is through your nutrition. A balanced diet can help control blood sugar, cholesterol, and blood pressure, all of which affect our eyes. There are also foods that will help your eyes get the nutrients they need in order to be in their best condition. Some examples of foods that contain important nutrients to keep your body and eyes healthy are
Many of the foods in your CSFP boxes will help you maintain good vision, as they contain key vitamins, minerals, and nutrients that are needed for good health.
Reprinted from materials provided by the Michigan Department of Education Household Nutrition Programs. The material provided is intended to be used as general information only and should not replace the advice of your physician. Always consult your physician for individual medical care.
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We are now able to sterilize boxes with UV light treatment. Clean boxes may be returned at distributions.
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