Eye Tip of the Month

The Eye-Brain Connection
The retina in the eye is an extension of the brain. The eye supplies 100 times more nerve fibers to the brain than the ear. Therefore, many connections can be made between the health of the eye and the brain. For example, depression, glaucoma, Alzheimer’s, multiple sclerosis, nearsightedness and even memory are evident in both the eye and the brain. This is explained in detail in Chapter 21 of the new edition of The Eye Care Revolution.

In the future, eye examinations will be able to predict the early stages of MS, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s as well as many general medical conditions. This information will assist in the development of treatments for these and many other conditions. I will be lecturing on this subject in New York on Feb 1 and at the Integrative Health Symposium and in London on March 14.