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Vision Improvement!

Discussion in 'Success Stories' started by Leniumic, Apr 22, 2017.

  1. Leniumic

    Leniumic New Member

    Last week I visited my Optometrist because my eyes were hurting when I wore my glasses. I explained to her that my vision seemed to have improved and my glasses now seemed too strong. She politely laughed and explained that now that I am 50 it was extremely unlikely that my eyesight had improved and had likely worsened which was the cause of the eye strain with glasses.

    Imagine her surprise to find out that in fact, my vision was greatly improved! As she shook her head in disbelief, she asked what I attributed it to. I began to tell her how about 3 years ago, I stopped wearing the contacts I had worn for 25 years. I recounted Jack's visual of putting a tarp over a tree and expecting a healthy plant. I also explained how I made sure to look directly at the sunrise and sunset as often and as long as possible and even midday look toward the sun. I also shared how I no longer ever wore sunglasses and in fact didn't need them anymore despite the fact that I used to be very sensitive to sunlight. I rounded out the conversation with the fact that I also stopped using any sunscreen and frequently sat in a tub filled with ice for some CT.

    She was almost speechless. I told her that as a medical professional she should acquaint herself with Jack's website and the importance of sunlight to the eye.

    Although I still need glasses to drive at night she shared the great news that I no longer needed glasses to drive during the day! She told me that she appreciated me sharing and she was definitely going to look Jack up because I was all the proof she needed to believe something amazing was going on that she couldn't explain!
  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Copy this and hand it to her:

    TODAY'S QUANTUM BIOLOGIC FACT: Why are contacts, sunglasses, and eyewear really bad for our eyes? They polarize incoming light from the sun. Sunlight is un-polarized naturally. All versions of man made light is polarized in some way. This means that man made light always has qualities in it that are non natural and manufactured. Are animal cells mitochondria and/or chloroplasts able to handle this situation? NO..............why? Miotchondria and chloroplast both uses excitons to work. Excitons always degrade in vibrations or oscillations in both system. What happens to an exciton when polarized light is used as the incoming signal from your environment? DISEASE AND ILLNESS. Why? The study of sensitized fluorescence is an elegant method to follow the fate of excitation energy in multipigment systems in plant and bacterial cell as well as in pigment-protein complexes isolated from them. The main conclusion from these study is that transfer of excitation energy (or excitons) occurs from the accessory pigments to the reaction center chlorophyll A or bacteriochlorophyll depending upon the system we are investigating. Although these transfers are rather fast (femtoseconds to picoseconds), some energy is also lost as fluorescence, or as heat, depending upon the value of the various rate constants of the various de-excitation pathways. This is why mitochondria liberate heat and why plant chloroplast need water to quench the photosynthetic process to absorb this heat.

    Excitation energy transfer between identical pigment molecules, particularly between chlorophyll A molecules in "photosynthetic units" of chloroplasts cannot be determined by the "sensitized fluorescence" technique, i.e., observation of acceptor fluorescence when you excite the donor molecule. However, one observes quenching of fluorescence, i.e., reduced fluorescence when excitation energy transfer is a major event leading to photochemistry in this system. Also, if the molecules are arranged randomly, excitation with polarized light leads to DEPOLARIZATION of fluorescence in these photopigments if there is excitation energy migration. Mitochondria use cytochrome c oxidase as a red light photopigment and NAD+/NADH is a UV light photopigment. Chloroplasts use chlorophyll A and B as its photopigments. What does this post mean? This means energy in the system DECLINES........electron chain transport and the exciton process of photosynthesis SLOWS........what happens when electron chain transport slows? Read up on what happens to electron chain transport when it is exposed to CYNANIDE. So.........about those contacts, glasses, and sunglasses........you still think they are wise decision?


    Last edited: May 30, 2017
  3. Leniumic

    Leniumic New Member

    Thanks Jack! I have to say that giving up my contact lenses seemed at the time like one of the hardest things you could have asked me to do. I decided to take a leap of faith and believe that it was the right thing to do, even though it wasn't the easy thing. I adjusted fairly quickly and looking back now it seems so silly about what is perceived as hard verses the amazing benefits you get back. At this point, my glasses are a non issue and I am grateful every day that you are willing to share your vision with us.
  4. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

  5. caroline

    caroline New Member

    It seems to me that I should be able to make my lazy eye work better ............ or is there too much water under the bridge?
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  6. Cdk29

    Cdk29 New Member

    Thanks for the sharing of the story :)
  7. OptimalSkr

    OptimalSkr New Member

    Have you ever seen the site endmyopia.com. It talks about how to use lower strength glasses to reshape the eye back so you don't need glasses. What was your prescription before and after? I have been also trying to improve my vision and have seen some improvements but no enough to ditch my glasses.
  8. ScottishEmma

    ScottishEmma Silver

    I'm currently -4.75 diopters. I had the same story. Told my optometrist that my eyesight had improved. He was very dismissive when I told him I don't wear my glasses unless I absolutely need to and I'm avoiding blue light and eating lots of fish. So yeah, it had gone down from 5.25 in the short space of time I've been doing this (literally less than two months) and I told him when I go back next year it'll be even lower. He laughed. They just don't believe it!! I can't wait to prove him wrong :)
  9. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Nice Emma!
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  10. ScottishEmma

    ScottishEmma Silver

    I read a book called Vision for Life that talked about that. Actually getting 3 pairs at varying degrees of sight. I decided to just do the basics first. At my worst I was -5.75 (now -4.75) and my optometrist was horrified when I said I wear my glasses as little as possible. I just don't want to make my eyes worse. Glasses are a crutch, not a cure. There are some good exercises in that book. The guy that wrote it was certified blind!! Now he can see probably better than me!
  11. Caroline Y

    Caroline Y New Member

    YES. I hope you prove your doctor wrong. So many allopathic doctors are so brainwashed.
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  12. Caroline Y

    Caroline Y New Member

    I had surgery on my lazy eye when I was about 7 years old. After the surgery, I had to cover my good eye with an eye patch to force my lazy eye to work harder. My bad eye did improve.
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  13. caroline

    caroline New Member

    what kind of surgery on your lazy eye Caroline? Covering your good eye with a patch to make the lazy eye work is still the only treatment apparently.
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  14. jrobertson1984

    jrobertson1984 New Member

    I am happy that contact lenses were invented. Contact lenses are the blind spot that gives you vision. These frames will enhance your area and improve your cheekbones, forehead. Even the elasticity of your skin. The lenses will hide and reveal fine lines and wrinkles with daily use, making your facial features more defined. Frames can be made from various materials such as polypropylene, rayon, polyester, wax, acrylic, and nylon. Forbes listed a pair made of polyester like one of the 10 best contact lenses, priced at $27. I bought these at https://www.cosplaylens.com.

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