What are eye floaters?
Floaters are small dark shapes that float across your vision. They can look like spots, threads, squiggly lines, or even little cobwebs.
What to do about Eye Floaters? by Dr. Eric Berg
The best potential remedy for annoying eye floaters is simple.
70% of the population has eye floaters. An eye floater is a strange little cobweb-like piece of something drifting in your eye. It tends to float around, especially if you try to focus on it or if you look away. It’s not dangerous, but it’s very annoying.
It’s really a piece of collagen fiber that creates a shadow in the back part of the eye (the retina) that gives you this image. This typically comes from some sort of breakdown tissue in the eye from internal bleeding or some type of inflammation. In many cases, this happens as a part of the aging process. It could be from some old injury, infection, or a blood sugar situation.
I believe the best natural remedy for eye floaters is autophagy. Autophagy is a condition where the body is recycling old and damaged proteins. The biggest thing that stimulates autophagy is fasting. In my opinion, a combination of intermittent fasting and periodic prolonged fasting would be the best thing you could do to help get rid of eye floaters. Autophagy may have many other benefits as well.
Intermittent Fasting: – Intermittent fasting gives the body adequate time to clean up and remove toxins from the body, which it cannot do with an all-day grazing diet Time restricted it limits the time to eat to 6 hours or 8 hours.
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