Easy Eye Healthy Recipes
Have you ever thought about making eye-healthy recipes in your slow cooker? It’s a lot easier than you think! We put together a list of delicious slow cooker recipes full of the best foods for your eyes.
Seafood slow cooker meals are full of important eye-healthy nutrients. Seafood cioppino has ingredients like clams, crab, fish, and shrimp—all full of omega-3-rich fish oil, making it an excellent healthy slow cooker recipe. Also, fish oil can reduce dry eye, a common and pesky eye problem.
A pot roast slow cooker recipe could be a nice addition to your weekly meals. This pot roast recipe is high in zinc, which has incredible vision benefits. The recipe also includes carrots, another eye-healthy ingredient that is high in beta-carotene and vitamin A, which helps your eyes absorb light.
We love pulled pork recipes for slow cookers. This slow-cooked beef barbacoa is a delicious, eye-healthy option to feed your family. Top with some leafy greens rich in lutein and zeaxanthin like spinach, kale, or collards to make your meal extra eye-healthy. Plus, leafy greens are high in vitamin C, a great way to improve your vision and overall health.
Complete your night with one of our favorite slow cooker chicken recipes. Slow-cooked lemon chicken is not only tasty, but citrus fruit like lemons are full of vitamins C and E—great for fighting age-related damage. Skip the rice and this meal is an excellent keto slow cooker recipe.
Switch up your dinner routine with a delicious slow cooker beef stew recipe. With a hearty helping of peas and carrots, impeccable flavor, and eye-healthy vitamins, this is a sure bet to please your palate.
Make a dish worth savoring. Slow cooker rib recipes are always a tasty choice. Add an eye-healthy twist with a sweet potato puree. Sweet potatoes are rich in beta-carotene and vitamin E, both beneficial for your vision health.
Have these easy slow cooker recipes inspired you to get in the kitchen? Cooking with foods for eye health is just one of the many ways to maintain healthy eyes. Remember to schedule an eye exam with us to ensure you’re seeing clearly and keeping your eyes healthy. We welcome your current prescription.
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