In the second novel in Dr. Abel’s series, Dr. Lauren Chandler discovers pathways to the brian allowing her to know the last person one sees before they die. Hunted down by the NSA and a ruthless multinational organization pledging revenge for the demise of the publishing industry, Lethal hindsight takes you on a hi-speed journey around the world.]]>
The Lumi Series
Dr. Abel has created the graphic character, Lumi, in order to introduce the variation in animals’ eyes. Lumi will take children on a journey, which will relate pictures of animals and their eyes to aspects of their lifestyle. This is the first in a series where Lumi will be a guide to children’s health.
Dr. Abel on The People’s Pharmacy
Dr. Abel discusses with Joe and Terry Graedon how natural approaches including diet and supplements can help us avoid common vision problems and protect our sight.
Eye Care Revolution
Over 100,000 copies sold! From high-tech laser treatments to centuries-old Asian remedies, Dr. Abel’s authoritative guide explains natural and conventional methods to prevent and even reverse many common vision disorders.
Eye Complex CS
Dr. Abel has released a new eye vitamin to support optimal macular health. Visit Eye Complex CS’s brand new website and find out more!
Order online today or call 1-800-805-2932 and you will receive the first month for free!
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KEY INGREDIENTS IN EYE COMPLEX CS
More than Other Leading Eye Vitamins
Lutein and Zeaxanthin
Glutathione and NAC
Alpha Lipoic Acid
I have recently read an article on how the police can see through walls by using handheld devices that are able to detect even the slightest movements behind barriers by emitting invisible radio waves. These devices can even detect someone breathing. Infrared, which is employed in thermal measurements, can determine temperature alterations either at close or far range. Radar is so sensitive, that it can measure the speed of an oncoming car in fractions of a second apart. Laser light of various wavelengths can be used to measure distance, cut nylon fibers or perform LASIK on the cornea. The human eye is incapable of seeing any of these wavelengths
However, we are able to see beautiful colors within that 400 to 700 nm range. We can appreciate a rainbow, a flower and tell whether fruit is ripe and meat is cooked. We have receptors in our retina that see red, green and blue and a special blue receptor that connects to the pineal gland in the brain to coordinate our circadian rhythm (i.e. our wake and sleep cycle). 40% of our brains are devoted to what information comes through the eye. Our memory, which is stored in the hippocampus section of the brain, is loaded with visual images, allowing us to identify the objects that we see every day.
We may not be the bumblebee that can see infrared rays or the ant that sees grass as a different color than green. But we do depend heavily on the wavelengths of light that come through the eye in order create the beautiful pictures we see everyday.]]>