Since I was diagnosed with Fuch’s Corneal Dystrophy, I’ve been researching health and nutrition for the eyes. Fuch’s dystrophy is the death of the cells in the cornea and can lead to blindness. The only known cure is a cornea transplant. The only positive of this whole mess is it’s slow growing. If I ever do need a cornea transplant, it won’t be for 15 to 20 year.. It is my intention, however, to stop this genetic disease in it’s tracks. I have absolutely no desire for a cornea transplant. So I dove headlong into eye research and stumbled across the super health benefits of red palm oil. It’s jam packed with eye healthy nutritients.
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my Fuch’s Dystrophy story,
- natural carotenes (pro-vitamin A)
- tocopherols and tocotrienols (vitamin E)
- co-enzyme Q10
- omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids
Red palm oil has following vitamin A and vitamin E profile:
- Carotenes 100ppm
- Tocotrienols 400ppm
I know what some of you may be thinking. Isn’t this oil the stuff that destroys the environment in order to harvest it? Doesn’t it destroy the orangutan habitats? I said the same thing when I first read about red palm oil. In fact, I’ve avoided palm oil for years because I thought it was environmentally destructive. However, there are companies who have found ways to harvest it safely, without destroying the environment or habits. I use Nutiva brand. Here is a quote from their store site:
Learn more about the amazing red palm oil benefits for the preservation and enrichment of the health and beauty of hair and skin.
For the main article, follow this link.: 15 Proven Red Palm Oil Benefits For A Good Health – Howtocure.com