The World Health Organisation (WHO) recommends exclusive breastfeeding for the first 6 months. Consult your doctor for advice on when to introduce complementary foods to your baby. Breastfeeding should continue for as long as possible after introduction of complementary foods.
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As time passes and although you are still young, when you look in the mirror and see puffiness in your eyes, the presence of dark circles and fine lines around them, these signs on your face will start you worry you.
Is it possible to keep the glow in our eyes and make them look healthier through healthy nutrition and lifestyle tips?
Nutrition plays a role in your eye health. Four special nutrients; Vitamin C, E, A and Zinc can help reduce your risk of a common eye problem prevalence by up to 35%. So make sure you get the right amount of antioxidants through a healthy balanced and varied diet.
Foods that have great impact on your eye health and beauty include:
1. Fruits (especially those rich in vitamin C): Fill up on oranges, mangoes and strawberries
2. Vegetable sources of vitamin A: Eat more carrots, peaches, papaya, spinach and mangoes
3. High Zinc food sources: Include turkey, chicken, yogurt and fortified cereals in your diet
4. Nuts and seeds: Such as almonds, nuts, and sunflower seeds are rich sources of Vitamin E
For healthy eyes, try these natural beauty tips:
Good to Remember:
For healthy eyes, do not forget to eat lots of yellow orange fruits and vegetables such as carrots and apricots.
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