A new study from researchers at Harvard Medical School has found that people who were given a simple dietary change, such as switching to a low-carb diet, have better eyesight than those who remained on the same diet.
The findings, published in the journal PLOS ONE, suggest that this type of lifestyle change could help people with vision loss, and may have an impact on overall health.
The study used data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, or NHANES.
It found that for each gram of dietary carbohydrate, there were 0.5 calories of added sugars.
The researchers also found that if people ate a low carbohydrate diet, their risk of developing diabetes was lower than those eating a high carbohydrate diet.
So, to improve their eyesight, the researchers recommended that people consume less carbohydrate and more vegetables, fruit, and legumes, and that they drink less alcohol.
For the study, researchers gave participants a diet of either a low (60 grams of carbohydrate per day) or high (110 grams of carbohydrates per day).
The researchers then randomly assigned people to either a control group or a low carb diet.
They followed participants for seven years, and the researchers found that the low-carb dieters were at lower risk of dying from all causes than those in the low carb group.
And while the researchers did not find a link between low-Carb diets and diabetes, they did find that the people who followed the low Carb diet had lower rates of stroke, high blood pressure, and diabetes.
For people who follow a low Carb lifestyle, the results are even more surprising.
For every gram of added sugar consumed per day, there are four calories of protein and one calorie of fat.
That means that people on the low carbohydrate lifestyle were less likely to develop diabetes and high blood sugar than those on a high carb diet, the study found.
And for the high carb group, the health benefits were even greater.
They had lower mortality rates, lower rates for all the major causes of death, lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels, and lower incidence of type 2 diabetes.
And the researchers concluded that the health benefit of a low carbs diet is even greater than the benefits of a high-carb lifestyle.
In other words, people on a low, high-carbs diet may actually be better off than people on low, moderate-carb diets.
They have fewer risk factors for type 2 diabetics, and a lower risk for cardiovascular disease and cancer, all of which are linked to obesity.
If you or someone you know is suffering from vision loss or has a condition like glaucoma, diabetes, or cancer, talk to your doctor.
There’s a lot you can do to help your eyes and eyesight.
And if you’re already on a diet, you may be able to reduce your consumption of sugars, add protein, and limit your consumption for health reasons.
You may also be able find other ways to get the benefits that you’re looking for.
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