Child amblyopia diet conditioning

For children with amblyopia, dietary conditioning is important and parents should note the following:

1, persuade children to develop good eating habits, not picky eaters.

2, to pay attention to guide children to eat more coarse grains (such as cornmeal, millet, etc.) to increase the necessary vitamin supply.

3, eat more fresh fruits and vegetables, increase protein intake, limit the intake of excessive polysaccharides to promote the development of the retina and optic nerve.

4, do not allow children to eat overcooked protein foods.

5, according to the child's nutritional status, if necessary, add some vitamins (such as vitamin B1, vitamin B12, vitamin C, cod liver oil, etc.) and minerals (such as zinc, iron, calcium, etc.). The following two diets are also available:

1. 500 grams of black beans, 500 grams of walnuts, 1 cup of milk, and 1 spoonful of honey. Method: Black bean paste is cooked until it is cold and ground into powder. Walnut kernel fry micro coke, to clothing, to be cold after the mud. Take 1 spoonful of each of the above two foods, pour in 1 cup of boiled milk, and add 1 spoonful of honey to improve the regulation of eye muscles.

2, 10 grams of Poria, 10 grams of mulberry, 20 grams of yam, and 10 dates. Method: The above four kinds of materials are decocted and used twice for drinking, with an interval of 3-4 hours. Amblyopia children taking long-term, can eliminate eye fatigue symptoms.
Source: Health Network