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Today our viewer Marisol chimes in with a question.
She wants to know if there is a vitamin deficiency that can contribute to poor eye focus.
Vitamin A is necessary for the health of your eyes, and zinc is necessary to form a protein in your bloodstream that carries vitamin A to your eyes. So think of it as you need zinc to piggyback vitamin A into the eye.
When you’re staring at short distance screens all day long or for several hours a day, and you’re not properly giving your eyes rest, that’s a big, big focus disruptor as well.
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