Reversing clinical signs of aging, especially in eye diseases like cataracts, is a promising prospect. It is also a popular topic based on the success of our previous post on aloe gel visibly reversing signs of skin aging. Who, after all, would not like to age slower and/or reverse the process when unnecessarily accelerated? And especially when loss of vision and/or potential blindness are at stake.
Watchful waiting, some vague nutritional recommendations, increased use of sunglasses, and, of course, surgical intervention, are still the standard of care from the conventional medical viewpoint. With half of all Americans in their mid-80’s suffering from them, cataracts are generally considered a natural — and inevitable — part of the aging process.