Foods rich in water like watermelon, cucumber, orange, grapes, lettuce, celery can help in keeping you hydrated to aid the healing process

foods rich in water


Add lean protein sources like fish, chicken, tofu, turky and legumes. Proteins help in faster tissue repiar and regeneration

lean protein


Whole grains help provide essential nutrients and energy for healing. Add oats, quinoa, whole wheat bread and brown rice as part of your diet.

whole grains


Vitamin A & Vitamin C rich foods help in essential collagen production and wound healing. 

Vitamin & vitamin c


Foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids can support overall eye health due to its anti-inflammatory properties. Consider adding fish(salmon, mackarel), chia seeds, flax seeds as part of your diet.

omega-3 fatty acids


Avoid less sodium foods to prevent water retention and swelling. Avoid processed and salty foods during healing process.

Foods less in Sodium


Add foods rich in zinc to improve immunity and faster wound healing. Lean meat, poultry, nuts, seeds and whole grains should help you with this.

Foods rich in zinc