People have been asking me to share my story on how my eyes changed colour after eating raw vegan for nearly 6 years. Before I went raw, my eyes were a dark green hue with some brown specks and a freckle in one eye. Now, they’re a very light grey-blue with green hints and a brown ring surrounding my iris. Why did this happen? I was interested to find out, so I dug a little deeper…
I wanted to start off by saying that this probably sounds weird to a majority of the people reading this article. Just because my eyes changed colour doesn’t mean I didn’t love my eye colour before hand. This article isn’t bashing different eye colours, but simply explaining the transition of colour my eyes have taken since adopting a raw plant-based lifestyle.
So why did my eyes change colour?
The eyes are not only a window to your soul, they are also a window to what’s going on inside. The colour, clearness and clarity of our eyes is a direct reflection of how clear (and clean) our body is on the inside.
Dr. Morse (N.D., D.Sc., M.H.), a detoxification specialist, mega-healer (he has an 85% healing rate of success and has treated over 250,000 patients), and iridologist has made a series of videos on how raw diets can actually change the colour of your eyes.
Iridology is based on the scientific study of the iris (the coloured part of the eye). Like markings on a map, the iris reveals physiological conditions, health risks, challenges and strengths of various organs. For example, if you look at the chart below, you see that the top quadrant of each eye is related to brain health (specifically the cerebrum and cerebellum), and the innermost circle of the eye is related to digestion (the stomach, small intestine, colon and rectum).
A yellowish colour around your pupil is the main indicator of how toxic your body is, so less yellow means lower toxicity, and more yellow means higher.