Myopia is a medical condition that most people call nearsightedness.

People with myopia can see small objects up close very clearly.

Faraway objects, however, tend to look blurry.

Medically speaking, the reason for this is a change in the shape of the eye.

Usually, eyes are relatively spherical and shaped like a basketball.

Myopic eyes, however, are more oblong, like a football.

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What causes this change in the shape of the eye? What causes myopia?

There are many causes, but one of the little-known causes is right in front of our faces.

I believe that our new culture of staring at screens right in front of our faces, combined with a diet rich in sugar, is what’s causing the myopia epidemic.

Recently, medical authorities in China announced that 90% of their mainland population is myopic.

That’s astonishing! How can it be?

Consider the recent dual explosions in Chinese technological culture and fast food diets rich in high-fructose corn syrup.

What’s another culture that’s recently experienced dual explosions in technological culture and fast food diets rich in high-fructose corn syrup?

Oh right. That’s us. The United States.

My name is Dr. Richard Jacoby.

I’m one of the world’s preeminent peripheral nerve surgeons.

If you’re suffering from myopia or any chronic ailment your doctors say they can’t seem to get their arms around I hope you’ll visit my website.

I want to teach you why and how you should kick your addiction to sugar.

It’s the one, simple move that could lead to you having a longer, healthier, happier life.