Blog Archive : June 2014

Emily Curry posted a blog on Jun 26, 2014
Nutrition is so important to the long term health of the eye, especially when it comes to macular health and macular degeneration. Leafy green vegetables, like kale, spinach, collard greens, and mustard greens, contain high amounts of lutein and zeaxanthin. Lutein and zeaxanthin are antioxidants found in the macula that help keep the tissue healthy. They play a critical role in the diseas...
Emily Curry posted a blog on Jun 22, 2014
It's strawberry season and one of the best things of summer! Strawberries are packed with nutrition and all the anthocyanins, just like in blueberries, help keep your eyes healthy. So go ahead and don't feel guilty if you eat the whole pint in one sitting! http://www.mnn.com/food/healthy-eating/stories/8-reasons-to-appreciate-nutrition-packed-strawberries
Emily Curry posted a blog on Jun 19, 2014
They're here: High oxygen transmissibility, breatheable, comfortable, colored contact lenses! We're pretty excited about these lenses at Sweetgrass Eyecare. Enhance your natural eye color or change it up completely. Even if you don't need to wear contact lenses, sometimes it's just fun to add a little bit of color! Call our office if you would like to try them on. http://www...
Emily Curry posted a blog on Jun 19, 2014
Fresh Day contact lenses are one of the newest lenses on the market. We've gotten great feedback from patients that have a difficult time wearing contact lenses, whether from dryness or allergies. What I also love about them is that they come in a multifocal option that actually works. Call our office if you'd like to try them. http://www.visionsource.com/patients/vision-care-...