Eye Floaters: What Are They & How to Get Rid of Them

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Discover the best natural remedies to get rid of eye floaters!


0:00 Introduction: Eye floaters explained
0:10 What are eye floaters?
1:30 What causes eye floaters?
1:50 The best ways to get rid of eye floaters
4:00 The best foods for eye floaters
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4:32 Learn more about eye health!

Let’s talk about how to get rid of eye floaters.

Eye floaters are an accumulation of collagen fiber in a certain form that’s damaged—it’s been glycated. This means it’s stuck to a sugar molecule.

When a protein is connected to a sugar, or sugar is connected to a fat, it becomes unavailable and can clog up the body.

A lack of antioxidants, as well as a high-carb diet, can contribute to glycation.

But there are things you can do to help prevent glycation. Taking these natural remedies for eye floaters on an empty stomach may be best so they don’t interfere with other proteins.

The best natural remedies for eye floaters:
1. Choline (1000 mg per day)
2. Inositol (500 mg per day)
3. Methionine (200 mg per day)
4. L-lysine (one to three grams)

These remedies can take time to work—even months. To help enhance and speed up the process, you can try intermittent and prolonged fasting.

It’s also crucial to start cutting sugar out of your diet. Getting on the Healthy Keto® diet may help balance your blood sugar levels and increase your antioxidants to get rid of floaters.

The best foods to consume to help get rid of eye floaters:
1. Vegetables high in vitamin C
2. Meats and seafood high in zinc

Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio:
Dr. Berg, age 58, is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of the best-selling book The Healthy Keto Plan, and is the Director of Dr. Berg Nutritionals®. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.

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Dr. Eric Berg received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1988. His use of “doctor” or “Dr.” in relation to himself solely refers to that degree. Dr. Berg is a licensed chiropractor in Virginia, California, and Louisiana, but he no longer practices chiropractic in any state and does not see patients so he can focus on educating people as a full-time activity, yet he maintains an active license. This video is for general informational purposes only. It should not be used to self-diagnose and it is not a substitute for a medical exam, cure, treatment, diagnosis, prescription, or recommendation. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. Berg and you. You should not make any change in your health regimen or diet before first consulting a physician and obtaining a medical exam, diagnosis, and recommendation. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

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Thanks for watching! Try these tips to get rid of eye floaters. I’ll see you in the next video.

40 responses to “Eye Floaters: What Are They & How to Get Rid of Them”

  1. Kind of interesting how all my life I’ve noticed these weird things and only now I finally know what is going on.

    • Most docs I’ve dealt with made me feel ‘crazy’ for bringing up these types of issues which in turn would make me hesitant to bring up other things. I feel like a lot of people feel the same way so we end up suffering in silence. I’m so glad to have these types of resources so when we do bring them up to a doctor we can also bring knowledge so they know we are serious and we will advocate for our health.

  2. O.M.G!
    Dr. Berg;
    Thank you so much for this invaluable information.
    I’ve had some floaters on and off.
    I only see them, sometimes if I am looking at a White Painted Wall Under a bright light.
    I was also censored by the BigTech/YouTube Warlocks for acknowledging your humanitarian awesomeness, regarding the invaluable health tips and wellness information!
    Thank you again!

  3. Choline – 1000 mg
    Inositol – 500 mg
    Methionine – 200 mg
    L-Lysine – 1-3 grams
    All on empty stomach.
    Vegetables high in vitamin C.
    Meat/seafood high in Zinc.
    Plus intermittent fasting and reduce sugar.

    Yeah, try to get THAT information out of your eye doctor!

    Thank you Dr. Berg!

    • I was told by the eye surgeon that operated on Prince Albert of Monaco (Dr. Rakic of CHU in Liège) that nothing can be done safely if you’re young because the only thing to do is remove that vitrous body. When you’re young your retina sticks to that body and you risk tearing the retina. When you’re old (60-ish) it doesn’t stick anymore and you can attempt to replace the vitrous body. I’ve had floaters since I was 5 years old. I am definitely trying this!

    • I looked at WEBMD, Mao clinic, Healthline , nothing on nutrition or anything Dr. Berg mentioned. So sick of Western Medicine?

    • Trying this. Went to my optometrist/ retina specialist due to a heavy floater in my right eye. He said, due to my 60 year old age that it was common and it won’t go away. I Don’t believe him!

  4. I’ve had eye floaters since I was 17 almost 25 now and one thing I’ve noticed help a lot is getting a good night of rest plus fruits and veggies and high intake of water they appear much lighter in your field of vision

  5. I’ve had floaters all my live – when I was around 10 I often said: it’s raining inside- looked like fine drizzling rain – I was using low carb for about a year with types of fasting with great results- don’t recall being concerned about my floaters so maybe they were less – after a visit overseas to see my mother- coming back I got Covid for the first time ever – it’s been 5 weeks and I’m still exhausted after doing some housework for a few hrs – I was trying tofu d the you tube video that had a title like : what to do after Covid- to get back to feeling better etc – I’m unable to find it and began to wonder if I imagined it was Dr Berg but now I guess it is stupid ytube ugh thanks for all you do

  6. Dr. Berg, why do you recommend specific dosages of supplements on some videos, while on other videos you never mention the dosages we ought to take ? This always leaves me totally confused and floundering in the dark. Thank you !❤️

  7. Thank you doctor for this video! I’m very happy to see such a detailed answer on my question!
    Maybe you know about this topic also: why veins start to come out in the legs, more on right leg? and right leg below knee is thicker than the left.
    the veins didn’t come out yet, but there are already strong sensations in these places and veins are visible, dark blue in color.
    Thanks again!

    • Try using thyme essential oil mixed with a carrier oil on them.
      Also don’t cross your legs and get excersise/blood flow through them.

    • @Alyssa Bench wow! exactly! I always sit on the couch at home in the lotus position, that is, my legs are crossed! Thank you! I’ll try to remember to sit differently

  8. Had eye floaters for 2 years…went on carnivore diet! Lost 52lbs. I haven’t had eye floaters for 6 months now! Wonderful feeling….thanks , Mr. Berg! Love Ya!!!🤩👍🏻

  9. Great information. My optometrist never told me what floaters were. Since I’ve been doing OMAD and IF 20:4, eating 4 eggs a day, and drastically lowered my sugars, I have noticed my floaters are greatly reduced. Will definitely continue eating healthy. Thank you for the info.

    • Same here… was told what they are but never advised what to do about them. Suddenly realized they were gone after 6 months OMAD.

  10. Whoa, I had no idea there was a name for this, let alone other people had this! Thankfully I haven’t had them for around a decade now, as almost that long ago I stopped putting sugar in my morning coffee and drastically reduced the amount of bread and pasta in my diet! Thanks again for more interesting and amazing health information, Dr. Berg! ❤️

  11. We WILL find you Dr. berg.
    You are precious to so many people.
    Thank you for all your hard work

  12. Thanks, Doc. I also use OMAD, and as you mentioned, zinc; but I also include astaxanthin, zeaxanthin, lycopene, and lutein.

  13. I have floaters. I’ve had one since I was a teenager. But I’ve also come to realize that I’ve always been B 1 deficient. And for some reason I think that B1 deficiency and oxalates go hand in hand.

    I started reducing my oxalate intake and then I’ve been increasing my B1 and I’ve noticed my floaters have decreased significantly.

    Reduced almost immediately

    • @Colleen Shea I cut out potatoes and sweet potatoes. I cut out beets spinach and avocados and tea.
      I did eat good meats, such as lamb or pork, or fish. Eggs–eggs are very good–I also ate skyr yogurt, bananas and a few other fruits to keep my vitamin C levels up. Veggies such as brussel sprouts, kale, asparagus.
      Just get a list of all oxalates and reduce by 80%. I did have coffee, but cut out teas. But for every coffee I had I offset it with more food based B1.

      I found my joints ached less and my sight was better.

    • @Colleen SheaI ate foods high and b1 like eggs, bacon or pork and fish. And also some of the vegetables I mentioned previously have B1; Nutritional yeast and then occasionally took benfoteamine…
      Coffee isn’t high in oxalate but it does deplete b1

    • AlliThiamine has been very helpful in our family. Thiamine is such an important co-factor, signs of deficiency can arise in just about any organ or tissue .. not just nervous system, and mitochondrial energy function. It is the original anti-stress vitamin and we have all had lots of that in the past 3 years.

  14. Hi Dr Berg, I went to my specialist eye doctor and asked him about this floaters and he said they will never go away,they just get worse as you get older. I’m 70 And mine did go away after I started doing Keto. And I came to the conclusion that it was sugar that was causing my eye problems. And he told I was wrong, unbelievable these people are allowed to practice. Thank you for this video 🎉❤

  15. Have had floaters for 35 years at least, and usually don’t even notice them unless in bright sunlight. Going to get this stuff to try it out. Thanks doc!

  16. I work for a Ophthalmologist and Retinal Specialist and they probably dont even know this information. Time to educate them 💪 Thanks Dr. Berg

  17. Thanks Dr Berb this video it especially hit home for having had floaters since my youth and being told by people, including my parents, over the years of Doctors telling them theres nothing one can do… HOWEVER, i personally noticed over the years that there were periods of time that i would have many then times where i wouldn’t and i therefore knew there was more to having them then meets the eye! (no pun intended). As i write this, i have no noticeable floaters and haven’t for a considerable period of time. But more so, id like to share that i have been intermittent fasting, eating clean, and taking supplements in conjunction with daily exercise for several months. Ill stress that i have eliminated all refined sugars in my diet! The information in this video puts the proverbial pieces of the puzzle together for me for what i have experienced throughout the years with floaters in relationship to my seesaw healthy diet/exercise lifestyle. Thanks again.

  18. I’ve been following dr bergs advice for several years. I have had eye floaters since I was 8. After following all of the food advice I still have floaters. Just keep in mind, while the right nutrition is important to our health, it can’t solve everything. Just because we eat right, doesn’t mean we won’t get cancer, heart disease, or other issues. Hopefully, food will give us enough strength to feel the best we can every day.

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