PLEASANTVILLE, NY, September 12, 2010 /24-7PressRelease/ -- We all know that aging affects our health. According
to the experts, nearly 90 million Americans have used or purchased anti-aging remedies. It's no secret that Baby Boomers
are out there every day seeking revolutionary procedures and "miracle" anti-aging remedies and surgeries desperate to turn
back the clock. But, what about their aging eyes, their vision?
Madison & Mulholland Eyewear a welcome new designer of optical quality reading glasses has noticed their customers are
realizing there's more to protecting the aging eye than just ta logo embellished pair of sunglasses. T
hey are now beginning to ask the right questions. Do the sun=readers protect the eyes from harmful UVA/Brays?
And...What can they can do to protect their vision from the inside out.
What should we do to prevent age-related vision diseases?
Medical Doctors, nutritionists and researchers are all in agreement, protecting your eyes from ultra violet rays are important
however, nutrition does play a key role in preventing vision loss. Hilary Ronner, MD, a prominent New York City based
Ophthalmologist agrees, "It is well known that exposure to harmful UVA and UVB rays can damage your eyes and that
people with blue eyes (a lack pigment in the iris) are more prone to age-related vision diseases like macular degeneration
(AMD) and cataracts compared to the brown-eyed population. Preventing vision loss and diseases related to the eyes is
something we should all take an active role and good nutrition is vital."