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Serious Eye Condition Being Misdiagnosed! Doctors are missing sight robbing disease!One in every four cases of age-related macular degeneration (AMD) was missed by trained eye doctors! This is a very scary statistic hat was reported in the Journal JAMA Ophthalmology..

Researchers at the University of Alabama, Birmingham reexamined 644 patients (average age 69) who had undergone a dilated eye exam by an ophthalmologist or optometrist and discovered that fully 25 percent of those whose eyes had been deemed to be normal actually showed signs of AMD, the leading cause of irreversible for Americans age 50 and older in the U.S.

Click here to read the full article in JAMA.

This finding that could have serious implications for the growing population of older adults most at risk of developing the sight-robbing disease.

What can you do?

Well if 1/4 eye doctors are missing the diagnoses of macular degeneration that means that you need to see 4 doctors before getting a correct diagnosis! I have a better solution. If you are over he age of 60 or having a decrease in vision just assume that you already have early macular degeneration. Why do I say this? Macular degeneration is an aging process and we can’t stop the clock from ticking but we can slow he aging process. So I say to you begin the essentials to slow the aging process.

The best way is to review the first 4 chapters in my best selling book, The 10 Essentials to Save or Sight!

Serious Eye Condition Being Misdiagnosed! Doctors are missing sight robbing disease!

Chapter 1
Nutrition and Supplements

Chapter 2
Hydration and detoxification

Chapter 3
Relaxation

Chapter 4
Move better and see better

If you don’t have the book please click this link and download a free copy of the book. Begin these steps to slow he aging process and reverse early macular degeneration!

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