Floaters are Clumps of Protein
Do YOU have Them?


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Floaters are an appropriate name for these small dark shapes that appear before your eyes.

They float through your field of vision that is precisely what they do.

They are clumps of protein.

These spots may look like dots, squiggles, strands or any of a hundred other shapes.

Though annoying, they are harmless, and there are ways to prevent them through proper diet.

Most of them are the result of bits of cells that remain in the Vitreous humor after birth and float around when the vitreous becomes more liquefied later in life.

Most of these are age-related.

The vitreous humour thickens and clumps as we age, and floaters result from the clumped vitreous gel.

Other spots can be caused by little bits of protein trapped within the eye during pregnancy.

Trauma to the eye or breakdown of the vitreous humour may also cause spots and floaters.

Many of them remain in the eye for long periods of time before they gradually disappear.

They are commonly found in people with Myopia also known as “nearsightedness” or “short sightedness” and people with food allergies and candidacies.

Vitreous detachment is also common in diabetics, but the highest rate of complaints of them is in people over the age of 70.

This is when the prevalence of a vitreous detachment jumps from 10% of the population to 63%.

From a Chinese Medicine perspective, they are an indication of congestion in the liver, kidney and colon.

The herbs and nutrients we recommend below are chosen for their abilities to eliminate congestion in these organs in order to keep the vitreous of the eye clear from these annoying specks, as well as to help strengthen the retinal tissue and integrity of the blood vessels.

Finally, doctors believe chronic stress in one's life may also play a role in the generation of floaters, so having a daily routine of relaxation and meditation is very important.

Recommended Vitamins, Supplements, Herbs & Other Nutritional Products

1. Daily juicing of vegetables and fruits (preferably organic). A floater recipe is some combination of the following: garlic, parsley, beets, carrots, celery, parsnip, apple, raspberries (not too much fruit).

2. For protein, emphasize fish, soy (in moderation), almonds, sunflower seed and sesame seeds. Avoid meat, poultry, eggs, dairy products and most other nuts.

3. Eat brown rice and other whole grains instead of refined and processed grains (such as white bread and pasta)

4. Limit your intake of citrus fruit, particularly those high in vitamin C such as tangerines, kiwi fruit, oranges, lemons, papayas and pineapples. Some research has indicated that consumption of greater than 1500 mg per day may contribute to increasing these.

5. Use unsoldered molasses and fruit juices for sweetening instead of white sugar, chocolate or honey.

6. Drink rice, almond or soy milk, herb tea or unsweetened, diluted from fruit juices instead of coffee, tea, alcohol and dairy drinks.

7. Steam or bake foods instead of frying them.

8. Eat lots of vegetables, but avoid the nightshade family (e.g., tomatoes, green peppers, white potatoes and eggplant)

9. Minimize your use of salt.

10. Try to manage your stress. Take up Yoga, Tai Chi, meditation, walks in nature, or prayer on a daily basis.

11. Supplement your diet with a good multivitamin such as One Plus Multivitamin and/or a good Green Drink.




Learn which eye vitamins naturally improve eye health. The Rebuild Your Vision Ocu-Plus Formula was designed to improve vision and eye health, and help people with Macular Degeneration, Glaucoma, and Cataracts.

Learn which eye vitamins naturally improve eye health. The Rebuild Your Vision Ocu-Plus Formula was designed to improve vision and eye health, and help people with Macular Degeneration, Glaucoma, and Cataracts.
Learn which eye vitamins naturally improve eye health. The Rebuild Your Vision Ocu-Plus Formula was designed to improve vision and eye health, and help people with Macular Degeneration, Glaucoma, and Cataracts.




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