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What Are Eye Floaters?

Updated: Feb 19, 2023



What are Eye floaters I asked! The floaters in your vision are actually shadows cast onto the back of the eye that reveal the cellular debris proteins floating in the vitreous of the eye. What are eye floaters Made of?

Eye Floaters are made up of the cellular debris or bits and pieces of proteins that sometimes clump up together in the gel like interior of the eye called the vitreous. These clumping and rogue debris proteins can create distracting floaters as they drift through the eye.

The next most important concept in connecting to what floaters are is knowing a little about the body's natural process of Autophagy. What is Autophagy? Autophagy is the bodies internal cleanup system that normally helps to reabsorb all kinds of debris. Floaters usually build up over time as the body's natural process of autophagy slows. As we age, OR if your body isn't equipped to break down these debris' proteins due to specific genetic variations that end up making us all unique. How Important is Nutrition in dealing with Eye Floaters?


🌟🌟🌟Nutrition is everything! Intake healthy rich foods to encourage good eye health and prevent the development of floaters in the eye and encourage the healthy reabsorption of debris proteins. Specifically, Pineapple, Figs, and Papaya = floater free! These are the magical foods Clear Sight magical enzymatic formula is made from and the reason it works so well! 🌟🌟🌟

A Creative Drawing of Different Kinds Of Eye Floaters in the style of a child drawing revealing names like creepy spider and dust bunny, or fuzzy worm
A Creative Drawing of Different Kinds Of Eye Floaters in the style of a child drawing revealing names like creepy spider and dust bunny, or fuzzy worm

What can floaters look like?! Floaters can look like living twisting cellular squiggles, or even like cobwebs, smudges, dots, specs or even all of the above all mixed together. Grey, Brown, Orange and even black earth tones like a stain glass window. The shapes we see as floaters are the result of the cellular debris blocking some of the light from outside from reaching the back wall of the eye casting the dappled shadow we recognize as a floater.



An Realistic Depiction of what Eye Floaters Really look like from a humans perspective.
An Realistic Depiction of what Eye Floaters Really look like from a humans perspective.


The critical link is that the back wall of the eye translates the light and converts the light from electromagnetic energy from the sun or source into electrochemical signals our brain can connect to. The floaters block the light rendering the visual as,,, obstructed. To Summarize! As a part of the vast and enchanting systems of the eye, eye floaters are made of drifting cellular debris, organic particles of left over bits and clumps of collagen protein that sometimes gather together and When autophagy isn't 100%. The body can accumulate debris floating around all over the place including the vitreous of the eye where we encounter and see the shadow floaters.

Now you know! Please stay tuned for more updates! Goodbye For Now :D Your Favorite Eye Health Researcher! ~Brian Roth Heart



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