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Eye redness might occur for a number of reasons, including lack of sleep, dry eye, infections or allergies. Once these conditions resolve or you start sleeping well, the redness might dissipate. You might naturally have redness on the white of your eyes, and your doctor might suggest a diet rich in certain vitamins to help promote white eyes. However, vitamins might not treat any and all eye conditions that cause bloodshot eyes. Vitamin B2 Vitamin B2, also known as riboflavin, aids in the function of your nervous system and metabolism, as well as many other body processes. This nutrient also helps promote healthy eyes and might have a role in reducing eye redness. Food sources of vitamin B2 include broccoli, mushrooms, milk, eggs, meat and almonds. If you suffer from chronic eye redness without any known cause, your doctor might recommend that you eat a healthful diets that includes these and other B2 sources, or she might recommend a daily dose of vitamin B2. Your doctor will tell you how much of the nutrient you should take, and this will depend on your overall health, diet and severity of the eye Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/481904-vitamins-for-white-eyes/#ixzz2gYmhNsE1

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