Wed, 13 November 2019
This week, I'm excited to welcome Jake Steiner. Jake Steiner (SHTY-nuh) is a passionate advocate for eye health with a unique perspective: that we can reverse myopia (AKA nearsightedness) naturally. After a decade of research, Jake compiled enough peer-reviewed academic data to back his hypothesis that we've been looking at myopia all wrong, that the 100-billion-dollar-per-year retail optometry industry is little more than a cash cow, that our eyes are not broken, and that myopia is reversible. He's here to share his journey from a -5 diopter prescription to perfect 20/20 vision, as well as simple tips to help you naturally regain your perfect vision.
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This week, I'm excited to welcome Jake Steiner. Jake is a stock trader and investor by day, and moonlights on myopia science, and creating awareness about the reality of human eyesight. Jake entirely eliminated his minus five diopter myopia and in the past decade, has helped over 1.2 million people reduce their dependence on corrective lenses. In this episode, we talk about the everyday practices that could be unknowingly impacting our eye health and the strategies that we can use to improve our eyesight naturally. Over to Jake.
Hey, guys. This is Stu from 180 Nutrition, and I'm delighted to welcome Jake Steiner to the podcast. Jake, how are you?
01:30 Excellent. How are you doing, Stu?
01:32 Yeah, really good. Really good. Thank you so much for connecting. I think we're going to be talking about some things today that will intrigue people and prompt curiosity, and want to find out a lot more. So really, really looking forward to this conversation. But first up, for all of our listeners that may not be familiar with you or your work, I would love it if you could just tell us a little bit about yourself.
01:57 Sure. So I am an investor and a stock trader by trade, and I deal with eyesight more as something that started as a side hobby and a personal pursuit of mine, and that somehow over the years has turned into this big thing of discussing eyesight online with tens of thousands of followers and lots of discussion about myopia and its real causes.
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