From Our Family to Yours
At Eye Live, nutrition, health, and well-being are important staples to the care we provide. We don’t just want to help you achieve clear, comfortable vision—we’re here to help you live the life you want to live!
Because of this commitment to supporting the lives of our patients, we offer a comprehensive eye nutrition service to help support your eye health at home with healthy, holistic practices that are created to be easy, achievable, and sustainable.
Learn more about the importance of your eye health here and get the support you deserve when you book an appointment with our team.
The Connection Between Your Health & Eyes
Strategic lifestyle changes and nutritional support can help you preserve your eye health and maintain your quality of life. We can help guide you through these changes with our comprehensive eye exam process.
Personalizing Your Nutrition Plan
What you eat can also help support the health and well-being of your eyes. Choosing the right foods and vitamins for your eye care needs can help lower your risk of developing sight-stealing conditions while also maintaining clear, comfortable sight.
We tailor your nutrition plan based on our findings from your eye exam, but rest assured, we’re always ready to tweak our suggestions to better cater to your eyes as their needs evolve.
Foods for Improved Eyesight
Vitamins A, E, and C can play a significant role in maintaining your vision throughout your life. You can find these vital vitamins in:
- Sweet potatoes
Foods for Optimal Eye Health
Vitamins E and C can help keep your eye cells in tip-top shape and safeguard your retina from specific diseases. You can find these essential vitamins in:
Foods for Combating Dry Eye
Omega-3 fatty acids have been extensively researched for their contribution to healthy tear production and managing dry eyes. You can typically find these nutrients in foods like:
Foods for Rebuilding Macular Pigment
Macular pigment is found at the center of the retina and is composed of 3 critical carotenoids, lutein, meso-zeaxanthin, and zeaxanthin. It protects the retina, where our vision is sharpest.
A deficiency of macular pigment can lead to poor visual performance and vision loss from diseases such as macular degeneration. You can find these essential carotenoids in:
- Orange and yellow peppers
- Supplements, such as MacuHealth
Eye Live Naturally, Eye Live Well
It’s time to recognize your eyes as a crucial part of your overall health. Book your appointment today, and let our friendly team help support your overall wellness and eye health.
Visit Our Location
Find us in Auburn Bay Station, near the Auburn Bay Co-op and next to The Brow Studio. We serve patients across SE Calgary, including Seton, Mahogany, Cranston, Copperfield, McKenzie Lake, McKenzie Towne, and New Brighton. We direct bill 3rd party insurance companies for your eye exam, prescription eyeglasses, and contact lenses for your convenience.
- #346, 100 Auburn Meadows Dr. SE
- Calgary, AB T3M 2G5
Hours of Operation
- Monday: Closed
- Tuesday: 12:00 PM – 8:00 PM
- Wednesday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Thursday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Friday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Saturday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Sunday: Closed
*We are closed the 1st and 5th Saturday of each month.
**We are closed for all statutory holidays.