How EGGS Heal the Eyes! Dr. Mandell

Eggs are a great source of vitamin C, E, and lutein. They also contain another carotenoid related to lutein, called zeaxanthin. When it comes to foods that help eyesight, eggs will do it. Their combination of nutrients is optimal for fighting macular degeneration, helping the retina with vision, reducing dry eye and much more.

PubMed Research Studies:
Consumption of eggs and the 15-year incidence of age-related macular degeneration

Consumption of 2 and 4 egg yolks/d for 5 wk increases macular pigment concentrations in older adults with low macular pigment taking cholesterol-lowering statins

A 12-wk egg intervention increases serum zeaxanthin and macular pigment optical density in women

A positive effect of egg consumption on macular pigment and healthy vision: a systematic review and meta-analysis of clinical trials

Serum and macular response to carotenoid-enriched egg supplementation in human subjects: the Egg Xanthophyll Intervention clinical Trial

Lutein and zeaxanthin concentrations in plasma after dietary supplementation with egg yolk

Dietary sources of lutein and zeaxanthin carotenoids and their role in eye health


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  • @vega_7 says:

    best doctor in the world.

  • @YasmineWeisman says:

    Each contribution adds a new layer to the conversation, deepening our collective understanding.πŸ’š

    • @cynthiacronin2794 says:

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    • @maidenbilly6 says:

      Hi Dr Mandell,I was diagnosed with cataracts.I read up about how could I help myself.and I read eggs are good for eyes.They started out as small dots that was about 6yrs ago.I have 2 eggs every morning for breakfast on toast.My cataracts are still small and not effecting my vision at all,in fact I went to the optician January this year and I didn’t even have to change my glasses.I am 80 yrs old.Thankyou for all you do.

  • @FoodForestPermaculture says:

    Eggs do a lot of healing thats for sure Doc . Much love and Mad Respect Doc .

  • @andreabryant9979 says:

    Thank you!
    Yes, I can tell the difference in my vision when I eggs.
    I make tuna salad & add boiled eggs, & avocado. This is a great vision booster for me. πŸ₯š 🐟πŸ₯‘

    • @cjhoward409 says:

      Don’t forget the carrots.

    • @maxinemcelroy8902 says:

      What an awesome idea πŸ’‘ I’m not a fan of avocado and at 71 I’m sure I should be eating some. I will definitely try your recipe! Thank you for your idea πŸ‘‘πŸ™πŸ’žβœοΈπŸΎπŸ•―πŸ•―πŸ•―πŸ•―πŸ•―πŸ•―πŸ•―

    • @cjhoward409 says:

      I found frozen chopped up avocados a few weeks ago. In case you don’t eat a lot. Because once you cut open an avocado… it goes β€œbad” within a day.

    • @maxinemcelroy8902 says:

      Ohhhh my goodness, that’s awesome! That’s perfect for me! Thank you for the heads-up. God bless you and your family πŸ‘‘πŸ™πŸ’žβœοΈπŸΎπŸ•―πŸ•―πŸ•―πŸ•―πŸ•―πŸ•―πŸ•―

    • @sharonbrooks1545 says:

      Thanks for your tuna recipe. I will add boiled eggs and 1 ripe avocado to the bowl. Sounds healthy! I use Ezekiel bread or toast.

  • @msvan5452 says:

    ThankU4 going the extra mile. Can saving good teeth go on ur list of next things to share? Or, true reasons why teeth go bad?❀❀❀❀❀

  • @warreng5394 says:

    Thanks as always, Dr. Mandell! 😊

  • @FoodForestPermaculture says:

    I love bilberry and eggs Doc . Cheers fellow earthlings

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  • @robinsnestradio says:

    Definitely Eggs Are Great For Our Eyes! Good Morning Beautiful People. I Wish Everyone A Productive DayπŸŒ„πŸŽ

    • @kennethrhodes7143 says:

      Not “Just” eggs, store bought are Really Old and Poisoned!
      Eat only Farm Fresh, Non GMO/Organic

    • @sherrcon says:

      @@kennethrhodes7143 we are eating many other GMO foods…reportedly, even some organic olive oils are not organic…we drink fluoridated water… they gave fluoride to WWII prisoners to make them docile and it destroys the brain…we breath the air this polluted with chemtrails etc…there is no end…

    • @jlea9793 says:

      They’re good for the brain as well

  • @blutru1328 says:

    Thanx for the great healthy info Dr. Mandell ! Did not know this !

  • @DjaniRomero says:

    Love your unique style, never change!

  • @stellabella5269 says:

    The Incredible Edible Egg!

    • @gomezaddams6470 says:

      MORE INDOCTRIATION! PROOF! Animals suffer for this. There are veggie alternatives to all animal cruelty! Most peole mainstream eat eggs ! So why the problems? They eat eggs in everything!

  • @whatwillbem6825 says:

    Yes we eat pasture raised eggs everyday!!! Love eggs! We also understand this gem does not cause high cholesterol mainstream thinking…thank you for your uploads!

    • @user-ou6yh4ye2e says:

      Dear Dr Allan Mandell,
      Thank you for your educational ,informative media session, on eggs and other medical,informative issues and exercise information.
      I love,watching you programs i find them so informative and educational.
      God’s blessings to you and your family. πŸ™
      With gratitude and appreciation.
      Mary Grace Grech.

    • @stephendibari5010 says:

      me too ! 2 pasture raised eggs every morning

  • @user-ip5po7kb5p says:

    Hello Dr. Mandell, thank you, I appreciate your Health-LinksπŸ€πŸ’šπŸ’šπŸ’šπŸŒ±β€οΈ

  • @wendyknotts362 says:

    Thanks, Dr. Mandell, another informative video!!

  • @irmapais3489 says:

    God bless you. I enjoy your videos because they are brief and effective.

  • @delmariemostert5648 says:

    Having started eating 2 eggs every day has certainly bettered my eyesight as well as my skin. Can not do without our eggs. Thank you Dr Mandell. Invaluable info β€πŸ…πŸ…πŸ…

  • @sharonbrooks1545 says:

    Thank goodness I love to eat pasteurized eggs! I didn’t know how powerful they are in protecting my retina and eyes. Thanks for sharing Dr. Mandell.

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  • @user-no7fb2xr4c says:

    This is actually true. My uncle was an Australian POW on the notorious Burma Railway in WWII. Prisoners were given a small amount of rice to eat each day and were forced to do hard labour & long hours building the railway. My uncle went blind through lack of food and nutrition but the Australian officers working in the makeshift, ill equipped prison hospital fed him eggs for a few days until his sight returned. I’m not sure, but I think the eggs & other vital supplies were smuggled into the camp through the fence by locals. He was sent straight back to work as soon as his sight returned.

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