In our previous article ‘You Hear What You Eat’ we looked at omega 3. In this one we’ll look closer at how anti-oxidants can prevent Hearing Loss…
There are a multitude of ways to maintain healthy hearing. Protecting your ears from continued hazardous noise exposure and keeping ear infections at bay are certainly fundamental. However, a healthy lifestyle with plenty of exercise and a balanced diet can do its fair share to prevent or delay hearing loss.
Number two of 5 foods how we can ultimately impact “how well you hear.” Keep an eye on the following ingredients next time you serve yourself that magnificent meal:
Anti-oxidants & Folic Acid and Hearing Loss Prevention
A regular intake of antioxidants, especially in the form of folic acid commonly found in spinach, asparagus, beans, broccoli, eggs, liver or nuts, can reduce the risk of hearing loss by up to 20%. Antioxidants reduce the number of free radicals that swirl through your body and which can otherwise damage the nerve tissue in your inner ears. So follow these famous words: eat your veggies!
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