Beyond Leafy Greens –
7 Strategies to fight
‘Beyond Leafy Greens’ shatters the myth that leafy greens like spinach and kale are all you need to fortify your eyes against vision loss from age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
In fact, there are over 30 nutrients your eyes need to protect and preserve them for a lifetime!
In this book, board-certified neuro-ophthalmologist and integrative practitioner, Dr. Rudrani Banik shares the seven strategies she uses with her patients and for herself to prevent against vision loss from macular degeneration.
When it comes to healthy vision and the prevention of eye diseases, it is important to eat right for your sight!
Are you eating right for your sight? Take the Nutrition Eye-Q Test to find out your eye nutrition type. Discover which specific nutrients and foods you need to keep your eyesight healthy and strong based on your Nutrition Eye-Q Type.
Meet the Author
Dr. Rani Banik is America’s Integrative Eye Doctor. She is a board-certified ophthalmologist and fellowship-trained neuro-ophthalmologist with additional training in Functional Medicine. Dr. Rani focuses on the root cause of eye diseases, and uses integrative strategies for conditions such as thyroid eye disease, macular degeneration, cataract, dry eye, glaucoma, and other autoimmune diseases of the visual system. Her treatments are based on nutrition, botanicals, lifestyle modification, essential oils, and supplements.
Dr. Rani runs a private practice based in New York City and is also Associate Professor of Mount Sinai in NYC where she serves as an educator and researcher. As Principal Investigator of several clinical trials in diseases of the optic nerve, Dr. Rani uses cutting-edge approaches such as nanotechnology and gene therapy.
Dr. Rani is frequently featured as an expert in the media and has been interviewed on Good Morning America, CBS, NBC, ABC, The New York Times, The Washington Post, and Fox, amongst many others. Dr. Rani has been voted as Castle Connolly Top Doctor and New York Magazine’s Best Doctor in Ophthalmology every year since 2017.
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