Explore the health and wellbeing issues concerning eye surgery and eggs.
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Do you need to book in for a spot of resurfacing? Sounds like something you have done to car doesn’t it? But for the last 20 years doctors have being using lasers to raconteur, resculpt and resurface the eye. Contrary to popular belief absolutely everybody has some kind of refractive quote between the corneas that clear flesh over the eye and to the retina, the little black hole that adjust to the light. For some people the refractive era is so pronounce, its focusing ability. You might be suffering from short sightedness or myopia which means you can only focus on close objects or you might be long sighted this is called hyperopia. An optometrist or ophthalmologist will help you decide if you are suitable for eye surgery. Most common refractive complaints are correctable with laser eye surgery, after receiving antibiotic drops and if your local anesthetic drops pre-op you will be in the competent tons of the surgeon and his advance machinery. The surgeon will remove the top most layer of skin from the front of your cornea and then the resurfacing of the deep cornea begins. The laser removes cells from the surface of the cornea until it is all smooth and appropriately shade it actually doesn’t take very long. Once the top flat of skin is replace it adheres immediately to the eye and sometimes people experience great vision one hour after the end of the procedure. For others it might take overnight or a few days. In most cases the entire event is pain free, some people might find the eyes feel dry and greedy post-op. Be careful not to rub your eyes for two weeks after surgery, you don’t want to dislodge the flat and contacts port should be avoided for three months but after that its clearly life is usual. Cholesterol is the word on everyone lips and eggs seem to be at the heart of the matter. Of this little muscle to be feed to rebid, let’s put it to the taste test. Eggs are pat with vitamins and minerals, vitamins A, B1, B12, E, Zinc, Iron and a whole host of specialized antioxidants work together to get against maculate degeneration and other diseases. Eggs are also one of those raw foods in which vitamin D is found. Helping your muscles on the bones make the most of calcium intake. All these nutrients plus 10% of your daily protein needs all for a crazy 70 calories, what a handy snack so what’s all the post about will eggs are essentially food for baby birds and most babies drive on foods rich in saturated fats. Eggs are high in cholesterol delivering close to the daily recommended limit per yolk. However countries like Japan and France eat lots of eggs and neither of them have high levels of cardiovascular disease or coronary heart disease. Habits has just completed the 20 years study on 57,000 men and women and have found that only people who eat eggs everyday are add increase risk of heart disease. People who suffered diabetes type 2 specially are huge risk of heart disease if they eat one egg or more per day. The rest of us can happily eat two to three eggs per week with no added risks. Of course you can help yourself further by preparing your eggs in a healthy manner. A low fat scram might be better than a good old fashion fry up. Any egg is a good egg but all things in moderation. Try to choose eggs from free range hens they have foodless cholesterol and twice the good fats than cheap cage eggs.
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