It is all about sunshine and that is a problem that is difficult to resolve with our modern world. We really need to rethink just how we work with sunshine.
That it is the cause of vision problems is actually shocking.
We also need to understand the blue light phenomena and just how real it might be. It may well be specific wavelengths that need address.
Eyesight Problems Aren’t Caused by Aging!
Al Sears, MD
11905 Southern Blvd.
Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411
January 21, 2018
How the “Tribe of Ageless Eyes” found deep in the Amazon rainforest holds the secret to regaining your youthful, crystal clear vision right now and keeping it for life.
Everything you’ve ever heard about vision loss and aging is wrong.
Eyesight problems — contrary to common belief — aren’t a normal part of aging at all.
In fact, the secret to having youthful “eagle” eyes for life is something so simple you can do it yourself right now without a prescription.
I recently discovered the shocking truth about vision problems and aging.
It was hidden deep in the Amazon rainforest in Ecuador… in a hunter-gatherer tribe whose eyesight never changes with age.
Even the oldest Kawymeno Waorani tribe members still have the youthful, sharp vision they had when they were born.
They don’t wear eyeglasses or need them — not even reading glasses.
The Waorani tribe members guided me through one of the most remote parts of the Amazon rainforest.
Every member of the tribe can see details in the distance and close up. They can easily see even in on the darkest nights. And they aren’t blinded by the bright glare of the full midday sun.
Today, almost 300 million people suffer from vision loss. This is the most common as we grow older. And loss of vision can be disabling, costing you your freedom and independence.
The “Tribe of Ageless Eyes” consumes 20 TIMES the amount of these phytonutrients than the neighboring farming tribe consumes!1
And the difference is even more dramatic when compared to the average American’s nutrient-poor diet…
They are easily recognized. Phytonutrients give plants their color — making a tomato red, a blueberry blue and an eggplant purple.
Imagine watching the sunset and seeing every shade of glorious color. Feeling confident driving at night. Looking at photos of your grandchildren or your wedding day and seeing every detail.
This remarkable tribe’s ageless vision isn’t due to genetic luck.
- Blue light from your computer, smartphone, TV and more
- The typical American diet
- Our increasingly toxic world
The food industry tells you that processed foods, grains, wheat and bread are “good” for you. And that you should avoid fat like the plague.
|Improved clarity of vision and contrast sensitivity — so you can see every detail of a glorious sunset.|
|“Owl Eye” night vision — so you can see more easily in dim conditions and drive at night with confidence.|
|Amazing vision protection — so you can fight back and win against the modern causes of age-related vision loss.
|Run errands and get your holiday shopping done in the evening.|
|Watch the 4th of July fireworks with your family after the sun sets.|
|Stay out for a whole night of fun and dancing.|
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