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A Healthy Diet Can Reduce The Risk of Hearing Loss

When we are young, many of us take our hearing for granted but unfortunately most people experience a slow decline in their hearing as they age. When your hearing becomes damaged over time, it is not possible to ‘fix’ your hearing, and your only option will be to find ways of managing your symptoms through things like hearing aids etc.

We all know that eating a healthy and balanced diet has many benefits, but did you know that a healthy diet can reduce the risk of hearing loss? Remember, that just like your heart, eyes and liver, your ears are organs, and there are certain foods that assist in the healthy functioning of your ears. Some of these foods include:


Garlic is a very popular healthy food and can be a tasty addition to almost any meal. It lowers blood pressure which helps with circulation and healthy hearing. Garlic also offers you a wide variety of other health benefits, so try add a little more garlic to your diet if possible.


Legumes is a food group that is made up of things like beans and peas. Not only are legumes fantastic for your gut health, but their high levels of zinc also make them a very healthy choice for your hearing health.


Bananas are an underrated super food. They are affordable and very easy to add to your diet. Bananas are packed full of potassium, and potassium is essential to maintaining our hearing as we become older.


Fish is considered as one of the healthiest meats as it contains vitamin D, Omega 3 & 6, and essential minerals. If you want to prevent age-related hearing loss, try adding a portion of fish to your weekly meal plan.

Remember that healthy eating is not the only way that you can help the health of your hearing. Wearing necessary ear protection, and minimizing your exposure to loud noises is also very important if you want to prolong your hearing well into old age.

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