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Fennel, good for eyes

  1. Fennel is a root vegetable that is related to dill and anise, which can also be smelled. This celery-like winter vegetable has a white and spherical appearance. The vegetable also has a number of green stems that have thin, feathery leaves attached. The aromatic taste is often reminiscent of liquorice and anise. Fennel is not only tasty and useful for seasoning food. Fennel offers enormous health benefits, including eye health.

Health

  1. Fennel is a so-called super food for the body. A wide range of symptoms can be remedied by eating fennel. The vegetable ensures good bone health, improves the skin, lowers blood pressure (fights hypertension = high blood pressure), cures many digestive problems, increases satiety, prevents cancer, lowers the risk of cardiovascular disease, strengthens mental health, strengthens the hair follicles, treats anemia (medical term for "anemia") and improves colic in infants. In addition, fennel offers some other benefits. Fennel juice contains phytoestrogen, a chemical that resembles the hormone estrogen. That is why fennel is also beneficial for women who are in the menopause or who experience premenstrual problems. It also contains folate, which prevents birth defects in unborn babies. Finally, women increase milk production when breastfeeding

Prevent eye disorders

  1. Fennel is also an eye-healthy food. The nutrients in fennel protect against diabetic retinopathy. In 2008, scientists from the Department of Biochemistry at Shivaji University in India investigated the effect of fennel on patients suffering from diabetic retinopathy (retinal disease)

Slow down progress

  1. Fennel also slows down the progression of cataracts. This is a condition in which the patient develops a cloudy lens and poor vision. On the eye disease glaucoma

Remedy eye ailments

  1. A patient who suffers from tired eyes and irritated eyes is helped with fennel. After all, he can apply the juice of fennel leaves and the plant itself to the eyes. This significantly reduces irritation and fatigue. A patient with swollen eyes

No improvement

  1. Fennel contains many nutrients that promote eye health and therefore good vision. These nutrients contain antioxidants such as vitamin A and vitamin C. Antioxidants protect against certain eye conditions. While fennel contains antioxidants that prevent eye disease and keep the eyes healthy, fennel does not improve vision. Fennel is also not a treatment for certain eye conditions.

  2. Fennel contains many nutrients that promote eye health and therefore good vision. These nutrients contain antioxidants such as vitamin A and vitamin C. Antioxidants protect against certain eye conditions. Although fennel contains antioxidants that prevent eye disease and keep the eyes healthy, fennel does not improve vision. Nor is fennel a treatment for certain eye conditions.



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