Most of the sources and references online have seen publication as early as 2015, but several others have updated their content to as late as last year. Up to this point, the authenticity of the information is still being challenged, but whether or not lanosterol and its involvement in the genetics of cataracts in humans prove to be valuable, hopes remain high—especially for those who can’t afford outpatient hospital services.
In another updated article, healing the eye, other non-surgical ways to prevent cataracts include, among others: eating nutritious foods, avoiding sugar, drinking lots of water, and simply breaking away from stress. All these, in a nutshell, depict healthy lifestyle.
Going back to the question: is this alternative viable? In consideration to the numerous reports, and despite the need for further research, the vision is clear: it is.
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