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EyeSight Vision Care, Issue #003 -- Natural Vision Correction
March 10, 2007
|What we feed our bodies feeds our eyes.
Many of the vitamins and minerals in our bodies are found in much higher concentrations in our eyes, so a diet lacking in these vitamins and minerals can lead to vision problems as we grow older.
Take the time every day to give your eyes (and the rest of your body) the nutritive support they need.
Eat the foods and take the supplements that provide the antioxidant vitamins and minerals your eyes require.
You’ll Protect Your Eyesight, ensuring years of good eye health, and increasing the odds that you’ll avoid blindness or vision loss for the rest of your life.
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Table of Contents
You Can Improve Your Vision Naturally.
Why They Don't Tell You About Natural Vision Correction.
Here's the controversial question I get asked a lot:
If natural vision training is so effective and has so many endorsements, then why do most people get Lasik surgery or corrective lenses instead?
And here's the answer…
In 1998, it was estimated that the U.S. optical industry was worth $30.2 billion (Vision Council of America, 1999).
This number included such items as exam fees and office visits, surgical fees, ophthalmic pharmaceuticals, retail eye wear sales, and retail sales for consumables such as contact lens solutions.
Now ask yourself this question:
If vision training were presented as a viable option to remedy eye disorders, would there be a need for consumers to spend thousands of dollars every year on the products and services that create profits for the eye-care industry?
I'm not suggesting that an annual eye examination for more complex eye disorders and diseases isn't needed-but if only a fraction of those who require corrective lenses would participate in vision training, it would mean a staggering loss in profits from the purchase of optical products and services.
In an article written by Dr. Mitchell Scheiman (Chief of the Pediatric Binocular Vision Service of the Eye Institute at the Pennsylvania College of Optometry), he provides some interesting insights as to why most eye doctors don't provide services in natural vision therapy.
He found that:
*Most eye doctors don't believe there's practice-building potential [in natural vision therapy], especially with managed care.
*Because most eye doctors don't see vision therapy as being profitable, they therefore do not offer it.
The fact of the matter is, there's BIG money in selling glasses and contacts-along with the eye exams and everything else that goes with them.
While natural vision improvement isn't nearly as profitable as surgery or corrective lenses, you, the consumer, can save hundreds or perhaps thousands of dollars by safely and naturally rebuilding your vision through the use of tested eye exercises.
And I feel good about offering it.
Natural Vision Correction
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