The caffeine in your morning coffee or tea may raise the intraocular pressure (IOP) in your eyes.
It contains unsaturated "good" lipids from vegetable oils. Overall, it's healthier than butter.
Too much alcohol can develop cataracts, which cloud the eye lens, at a younger age.
Soda, energy drinks, lemonade, and other sweetened drinks contain 7 to 10 teaspoons of sugar.
Sodium-rich foods include hot dogs, bacon, and deli meats. This salt surge can cause hypertension.
Trans-fat-fried meals elevate LDL ("bad") cholesterol and can cause heart disease, stroke, and type 2 diabetes.
A major research 30 years ago linked too much linoleic acid, an unsaturated fat, to AMD.
Soup, tomato sauce, and canned items include up to 75% of the recommended salt.
Moderate fish and shellfish consumption is safe for most people. High doses and specific groupings can cause eye injury.
Simple carbs like white bread and spaghetti may increase the risk of AMD, a leading cause of vision loss in older persons.