These days, many of us have jobs that require us to stare at computer screens for hours at a time. Add to that the collection of devices we use every day for enjoyment, relaxation, and connection – our modern world can put a real strain on your eyes.Our brain interprets the world through our eyes, not only for
Our brain interprets the world through our eyes, not only for survival but to enjoy form, movement, and beauty and to sense many nuances of our outer experience. Plus we can see colour! What a blessing . . .
No wonder poets and writers have doted on the eyes, calling them the ‘windows of the soul’ – remarking on sweetness, love, compassion or surprise radiating from someone’s eyes. We interpret people’s expressions by our eye ‘language’ and there is even a TV series on interpreting people telling lies through the visual clues they give.
Indeed the eyes tell us lots about our personality and our health, as the practice of iridology so clearly points out . . . however, the ‘focus’ (pardon the pun) here in this post is in what nutrition we can use as ‘tools’, in maintaining or even improving eye health.