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发布时间:2018-04-17 12:03:01 | 来源:中财网

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1、美国乐蓓宁效果怎么样?真有宣传的那么好吗?

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近年来,近视已经成为影响国计民生的大事。而近视的发病因素很多,其中缺乏某些营养元素亦可导致近视,那么缺乏哪些营养会造成眼睛近视?眼科专家介绍说,缺乏DHA、蛋白质、钙、维生素等营养元素,都可能造成眼睛近视。

近年来我国儿童青少年近视发生率不断上升,而且随年龄增长还有明显增加。近视已经成为影响国计民生的大事,2016年末,国家卫生计生委、教育部、国家体育总局办公厅联合印发了《关于加强儿童近视防控工作的指导意见》,以求能有效控制我国儿童近视发病率,提高儿童视力健康水平。

为什么会近视?至今也无确切定论。既然近视的病因还不清楚,那么谈到其防治就是很困难的了。眼科专家说除了遗传方面的原因外,长期用眼、近距离用眼、缺乏营养,微量元素尤其是DHA的摄入不足是近视形成的重要原因。

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那么,缺乏哪些营养会导致眼睛近视?如何矫正近视,下面一起来了解下。

1、DHA。DHA是一种对人体非常重要的不饱和脂肪酸,属于ω-3不饱和脂肪酸家族中的重要成员。是视网膜的重要构成成分,在眼睛视网膜中所占比例最大,约占50%,因此,对儿童视力发育至关重要。

2、蛋白质是视力发育的基础。眼睛的正常功能、组织的更新均离不开蛋白质。蛋白质长期处于缺乏状态,会导致视力下降,引发各种眼疾。

3、维生素B能保证视网膜和角膜的正常代谢,是视觉神经的营养素。人体摄入不足量的维生素B时,眼睛就容易出现疲劳、流泪、眼红和眼肌痉挛等症状。

影响眼睛的健康无论是DHA、蛋白质、还是维生素,任何一种营养素的缺乏都可造成近视眼,或使眼睛近视程度加剧。日常饮食中摄入的肉、蛋制品中含有大量的蛋白,但维生素较少;而在肝脏、蔬菜、水果中含有丰富的维生素,但蛋白质较少。而DHA是人体自身很难合成的,主要存在于深海鱼类中。最近一款助力于孩子视力健康的产品乐蓓宁也是正在火爆,由于里面含有大量的DHA,对视网膜的发育有非常良好的作用,受到诸多孩子和家长的青睐。

为了拥有一双明亮的眼睛,预防因微量元素缺乏所致的近视和眼疾的发生,大家应注意不偏食、挑食,均衡营养,合理饮食,补充对眼睛有益的食物,当然还有乐蓓宁,保证微量元素的摄入平衡。

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But they were snappy, able men, those division-agents, and when they tried to teach a subordinate anything, that subordinate generally "got it through his head." A great portion of this vast machinery--these hundreds of men and coaches, and thousands of mules and horses--was in the hands of Mr. Ben Holliday.

All the western half of the business was in his hands.

This reminds me of an incident of Palestine travel which is pertinent here, so I will transfer it just in the language in which I find it set down in my Holy Land note-book:

No doubt everybody has heard of Ben Holliday--a man of prodigious energy, who used to send mails and passengers flying across the continent in his overland stage-coaches like a very whirlwind--two thousand long miles in fifteen days and a half, by the watch!

But this fragment of history is not about Ben Holliday, but about a young New York boy by the name of Jack, who traveled with our small party of pilgrims in the Holy Land (and who had traveled to California in Mr. Holliday's overland coaches three years before, and had by no means forgotten it or lost his gushing admiration of Mr. H.) Aged nineteen.

Jack was a good boy--a good-hearted and always well-meaning boy, who had been reared in the city of New York, and although he was bright and knew a great many useful things, his Scriptural education had been a good deal neglected--to such a degree, indeed, that all Holy Land history was fresh and new to him, and all Bible names mysteries that had never disturbed his virgin ear.

Also in our party was an elderly pilgrim who was the reverse of Jack, in that he was learned in the Scriptures and an enthusiast concerning them.

He was our encyclopedia, and we were never tired of listening to his speeches, nor he of making them.

He never passed a celebrated locality, from Bashan to Bethlehem, without illuminating it with an oration.

One day, when camped near the ruins of Jericho, he burst forth with something like this:

"Jack, do you see that range of mountains over yonder that bounds the Jordan valley?

The mountains of Moab, Jack!

Think of it, my boy--the actual mountains of Moab--renowned in Scripture history!

We are actually standing face to face with those illustrious crags and peaks--and for all we know" [dropping his voice impressively],

"our eyes may be resting at this very moment upon the spot WHERE

LIES THE MYSTERIOUS GRAVE OF MOSES!

Think of it, Jack!"

"Moses who?"

(falling inflection).

"Moses who!

Jack, you ought to be ashamed of yourself--you ought to be ashamed of such criminal ignorance.

Why, Moses, the great guide, soldier, poet, lawgiver of ancient Israel!

Jack, from this spot where we stand, to Egypt, stretches a fearful desert three hundred miles in extent--and across that desert that wonderful man brought the children of Israel!--guiding them with unfailing sagacity for forty years over the sandy desolation and among the obstructing rocks and hills, and landed them at last, safe and sound, within sight of this very spot; and where we now stand they entered the

Promised Land with anthems of rejoicing!

It was a wonderful, wonderful thing to do, Jack!

Think of it!"

"Forty years?

Only three hundred miles?

Humph!

Ben Holliday would have fetched them through in thirty-six hours!" The boy meant no