My eyes looked very bright when I was below 10 years of age. Now I am 28 years old. The white part of my eyes look yellowish and looks very pale. It is not attractive at all. If anyone looks at me think that I am sick. Please help me to retain the whiteness and brightness of my eyes?
Try seeing the eye doctor. But sometimes, the discoloration of the white part of the eye is telling you something is happening. Sometimes yellow could be signifying problems with the liver, or sometimes when the body is toxic it reflects a brownish color in the eyes. Detoxing helps. Ganoderma is a great herb that detox and oxygenate the body. A simple cup of ganoderma coffee or green tea or hot chocolate, does the job. (The ganoderma changes the PH and caffeine content of the beverages - 7mg) Others coffee contains a high of 620mg. So instead of having a coffee that is acidic and high with caffeine - have the healthy coffee that is alkaline and 0% caffeine. I purchase my monthly supply at http://balancesite.organogold.com/US/r_default.asp It has enhanced my health on a whole.
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