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Posted by Jane Jansen on
Recently I got a special request from one of our avid listeners of our radio program Holistic Healthline to write about Vitreomacular Traction. So this is for you Elaine! Thank you so much! The eyes use more nutrients per cubic inch than any other organ in the body. However, research shows that poorly nourished eyes can develop many eye diseases particularly with aging. The vitreous humor is a transparent gel-like material that occupies the space behind the lens and in front of the retina at the back of the eye. It is surrounded by a layer of collagen called vitreous...
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