Pure Alkaline Water Drops With Bioavailable Coral Calcium For Cataracts

Cataracts is a condition involving the clouding of the crystalline lens of the eyes. The lens is an important structure as it is responsible for focusing light onto the photoreceptors in the retina. Cataracts vary in severity from mild to complete opacity of the lens, thereby obstructing the passage of light. This condition is relatively common in older people. In fact, by the age of 80, it is estimated that more than half the population of the United States will either have a cataract or have had cataract surgery.(1*)

In a majority of cases, cataracts progress slowly, and as they grow, they cause vision loss and are potentially blinding if left untreated. Both eyes are usually affected, but one eye is almost always affected earlier than the other.

Cataracts are classified as one of three types. A subcapsular cataract typically starts at the back of the lens.(2*) People who are at risk for developing this type include those with diabetes, severe hyperopia (farsightedness), retinitis pigmentosa or those who are taking high doses of steroids. The second type is called nuclear cataract that develops in the center of the lens as people age.(3*) The third type is called cortical cataract, which forms in the periphery of the lens and slowly extends to the center. This type is commonly seen in patients with diabetes.(4*)


Cataract Symptoms

A cataract starts out small and has little effect on vision, but as the lens becomes more opaque, vision is blurred. Ultimately, clear vision is compromised, and there is a significant loss of visual acuity. There is also a concurrent loss of contrast sensitivity wherein contours, shadows and color vision become less vivid. A cataract can also make the light appear too bright or glaring due to its scattering inside the affected eye. Patients who drive at night will also notice that oncoming headlights cause more glare than before.

In high-risk groups, such as diabetes, a 'halo' may be observed around lights at night, and this condition is typically confined to one eye. The red reflex will be absent, and colors may not appear as bright as they once did. As a rule, the type of cataract present dictates which symptoms will be experienced and how early they will manifest.

During the initial stages of a nuclear cataract, there may be a temporary improvement in near vision, called "second sight." However, this is short-lived and will disappear as the cataract develops. As for subcapsular cataract, it may not cause any symptoms until its advanced stages. Other notable symptoms of this eye disease include double vision, poor night vision, frequent increases in eyeglass or contact lens prescriptions and white or "milky" spot over the pupil of the eye.


How Cataracts Are Addressed

When symptoms start to appear, patients can temporarily improve vision by using new glasses, strong bifocals, magnification or other visual aids and eye care products. Once cataracts have progressed enough to impair vision seriously, surgery is the best option.

Cataract surgery is a simple and relatively painless procedure and is very effective in restoring vision. With over three million Americans undergoing cataract surgery annually, it is the most frequently performed surgery in the United States.

The surgery is commonly performed by making an incision into the capsule of the cloudy lens to remove it. Two types of cataract surgery can be done to remove the defective lens: extracapsular cataract extraction (ECEE)(5*) and intracapsular cataract extraction (ICCE).(6*) In either case, the lens is removed and replaced with a clear plastic intraocular lens implant. The surgery is usually performed as an outpatient procedure using a local anesthetic. As with other surgical procedures, complications are possible following cataract surgery. The most common complications include endophthalmitis, retinal detachment, and posterior capsular opacification.


Pure Alkaline Water Drops For Cataracts

The anti-inflammatory properties of our Natural Home Cures Pure Alkaline Water Drops with Bioavailable Coral Calcium will help reduce one of the risk factors for developing cataracts—inflammation. How? Our Natural Home Cures Pure Alkaline Water Drops contains Bioavailable Coral Calcium. The coral calcium works to gently and safely shift the pH of your blood into a more alkaline range.

Blood pH is a well-regulated process, but it can be affected by the foods that we eat. Unfortunately, the Western diet is full of acidic foods: Meat, dairy, and refined sugars. Consumed over a long period, these foods can shift the blood into an acidic range. In turn, resources must be devoted to combatting that acidification.

The most insidious side-effect of blood acidification is the activation of the body’s stress response which leads to stress hormones being continuously released into the bloodstream. As a consequence, inflammation increases system-wide. Left unchecked, this inflammation can lead to a wide variety of disorders. As mentioned previously, cataracts are thought to be caused, at least in part, by inflammation.(7*)

Would you like to know the secret to addressing cataracts?
Consuming both our Natural Home Cures Pure Alkaline Water Drops with Bioavailable Coral Calcium and our Natural Home Cures Freeze Dried Rich Pericarp Mangosteen.

While our Natural Home Cures Pure Alkaline Water Drops work to reduce inflammation, our Natural Home Cures Freeze Dried Rich Pericarp Mangosteen directly targets both acute and low-level inflammation. 

The key lies in the xanthones found within mangosteen. Not only will xanthones add an exponential boost to our Pure Alkaline Water Drop's anti-inflammatory effects but xanthones are also powerful antioxidants that can combat oxidative stress which has been identified as a risk factor in cataracts development.(8*)

The other benefit to supplementing with powerful antioxidants is that they stop beneficial enzymes from being destroyed. Why does that matter? Because within the liquid of the eye there are enzymes that help to break down damaged proteins which may be responsible for the formation of cataracts.(7*)

If you have been looking for a natural way to address cataracts, then look no further than our Natural Home Cures Pure Alkaline Water Drops with Bioavailable Coral Calcium and our Natural Home Cures Freeze Dried Rich Pericarp Mangosteen.


     Source References

(1) National Eye Institute - Cataract Facts
PubMed - Posterior Subcapsular Cataract
Anne Arundel Eye Center - Nuclear Cataracts Symptoms
Anne Arundel Eye Center - Cortical Cataract
Encyclopedia of Surgery - Extracapsular Cataract Extraction
Vision RX - Intracapsular Cataract Extraction
Dr. Well - Cataracts
PubMed - Natural Flavonoids For Diabetic Cataracts

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