This month many of us will be sitting down at our dining room tables and feasting on traditional holiday dishes, but you might be surprised to learn that several of your favorite dishes are also good for your eye health.
We’ve compiled a list of five foods that you can feel a little less guilty overindulging on this holiday season knowing that you’re doing your eyes a favor. Here are five eye health approved choices:
Maintaining a healthy diet is only one important factor to maintain healthy eyes. To ensure your eyes are reaching their fullest potential, make sure to book and eye exam at Nuvue Optometry today!
If you have any questions or would like to book a consultation, please call our friendly office anytime.Dr Devin W Almond, BSc, OD
We have consulted with medical colleagues, the College of Optometry and other health sources, and feel at this time it is appropriate to modify our service delivery model. This will be reviewed daily, and adjusted to provide an appropriate response to the pandemic.
Effective on Monday, March 23, 2020, Nuvue Optometry will be open Monday to Thursday, 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. After hour support is available by phoning 250-826-3061. DO NOT GO TO THE HOSPITAL WITH EYE RELATED PROBLEMS.
Services will be limited to urgent appointments, whether medical or vision related. Optical services will be available in a limited capacity.
Please continue to call to book future appointments for mid- April.
PLEASE REMEMBER, IF YOU ARE SICK, HAVE A FEVER OR BREATHING PROBLEM.
STAY HOME AND CALL YOUR MEDICAL DOCTOR OR URGENT CARE CENTRE.
We wish all of our patients continued good health and a quick return to our normal lives.Drs. Brad and Devin Almond and the caring staff of Nuvue Optometry