"The bottom line is that the use of aspirin leads to the growth of education blood vessels behind the retina. When these vessels burst in eye tissue scarring, which in consequence can cause of vision loss," say the researchers.
The researchers clarify that the relationship between aspirin and vision loss are still hazy, while the benefits from the use of aspirin for people with heart problems has no doubt. The conclusions that can be drawn from this study: don't stop taking aspirin if You get it recommended by Your doctor.
Moreover, the specific combination of vitamins including C, E, zinc and copper can lower the risk of macular degeneration. Even the risk of vision loss will help the rejection of the use of leafy green vegetables such as Kale and spinach.