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Our eye doctors and eye care staff members are wholy committed to providing each of our patients with comprehensive and personalized life-long eye care. Eyes are important indicators of overall health, and comprehensive eye care goes beyond a prescription for glasses or contact lenses. It’s important to have regular eye exams with an optometrist whether or not you wear eyeglasses or contacts.
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The Enfield, CT eye doctors' office of Emily Eye Care, LLC has been serving Connecticut's Enfield eyes and vision for more than 25 years. Board Certified Optometric Physicians are available Tuesday through Saturday to provide the most convenient hours to meet your eyecare and vision needs. Schedule an appointment with one of our optometrists today.
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1. Eat a plant based, "Mediterranean" type diet containing a variety of colorful fruits & vegetables, a handful of walnuts or pistachios daily, cold water fatty fish (wild salmon or sardines) at least twice per week.
2. Eat 1/2 cup of fresh or frozen berries and drink 3 ounces of 100% pomegranate juice each day
3. Avoid saturated fats (red meat, cheese) and all trans fats (all packaged foods containing "hydrogenated" oils)
4. Minimize "white" foods like white bread, white sugar, potatoes and pasta
5. Don't smoke-smoking dramatically increases the risk of macular degeneration, the leading cause of permanent vision loss
6. Take a broad spectrum multivitamin & mineral supplement daily that contains at least 10 mg of lutein (capsules are better absorbed than tablets) and Omega-3 fatty acid (fish oil) in tryglyceride form with a total EPA+DHA=1000 mg
7. Get your Vitamin D level tested-deficiency is widespread and associated with diabetes, obesity, cancer and MS. Take at least 2000 IU of Vitamin D3 daily
8. Exercise at least 30 minutes each day; 60 minutes each day if you are trying to lose weight
9. Get between 7 and 8 hours of sleep each night
10. Wear ultraviolet (UV) blocking lenses when outdoors