A study conducted in the United States of America (USA) warns that unhealthy diet leads to loss of sight in a later period of the old age.
The study sheds light on the destructive consequences of following unbalanced diet with more intakes of red meat, fried food, saturated milk and processed meat, which affects the heart badly.
Such a system may also lead to develop various types of cancer in many organs of the body.
Authors of the study warn of the fallouts of the unbalanced diet of the sight.
Another study, conducted in the United Kingdom (UK) and published in the British Journal of Ophthalmology (BJO), links between the unbalanced diet and diseases of the eye like deteriorated of retina especially in the advanced age.
People who contact those disorders suffer from unclear sight so they can’t either read or drive.
According to statistics published in the USA, some 1.8 million persons above 40 suffer from age-related macular degeneration (AMD or ARMD).
More than 7.3 million people suffer from yellow and whites dribs accumulate outer the eye cells.
This symptom is prior the AMD.
Ophthalmologists in the USA stress that the AMD becomes more complicated with people above 65 year.
Dr. Ami Millen, professor University At Buffalo, the State University of New York, said that most people know that any diet affects the heart and blood vessels connected to it especially with those obese persons.
She added that the public do not convince the danger of unbalanced diet which may cause blindness later in years.
The study found links between some foods and the AMD but higher intake of antioxidants slows the development of that symptom.
Throughout mature age, people who take unbalanced diet face more challenges to keep their sight sound and intact.
Food, sports, obesity should be contained in a balanced system to support people during old age.