hahaha, genetically, my body instructed my eye cells to die. Before this, I knew that I have allergic towards jelly fish about 5 or more year back. When I was little, jelly fish used to be my favourite food. My mum will prepare the food every week for me to eat. This year, my body reacted again to food. I was down with chicken pox with is normal I think. But when shingles attacked, I am supposed to be vegetarian for a week but when I took pork, the shingles, was back. So now I am still a vegetarian. My favourites like chicken rice, half boiled eggs. Sigh, all seems like impossible food. Maybe my body instructed it to go against any protein that I ate? I started to think about this because KC said if I were in Singapore, at my age, if I am diagnosed with shingles, they would have tested me for HIV. Even though he meant it as a joke because I actually know 3 persons below the age of 25 years old that had shingles before. As I searched further about shingles and other diseases, I came across a blog, how he was doing chemo and due to this, his immune system dropped and he had shingles. This really got me thinking because previously, I read that RP was related to other diseases or more of like syndrome – A genetic disorder. RP patients are genetically mutated. In some cases are linked to a lot of problems like hearing because similar to the eye cells instructed to die, same goes for hearing … I know something is not right with my genes but can this lead to something more severe? So far I have not experience any hearing problem.
Being vegetarian, in a way is good because I ate to much junk! I kill less animals and I get to detox!!! 🙂
I am currently taking Blackmore beta carotene, lutein vizion plus with added Selenium and Biogrow Optibrite 5 in 1: Marigold, Bilberry, Lycium, Eyebright, Dunaliella Salina. I take 1 tablet each of the combinations. I feel this combination is good for me. I remembered I went shopping with Ying before she was married at the pharmacy at Sarawak Plaza. She insisted I took other supplements for my eyes. I am really glad I took the advice! =D