In the past, you may have heard us discuss certain foods that promote eye health. Here is just a recap of what you can incorporate in your daily diet that provides vitamins specific for healthy eyes!
Last Saturday, 01/18/2020, some of our Punzal Vision team members attended the Island Eyes Conference held this year at the Hyatt Maui in Ka’anapali.
We hope everyone had an eventful New Year celebration as well as a great start to your New Year Resolutions.
Have you ever felt that your eyes are tired but the rest of your body isn’t? Do you often catch yourself squinting and putting in a lot of effort to see things more clearly?
Another year, another Kaua’i Half Marathon! Not only did our entire Punzal Vision staff do 13.1 miles, we had a few new team members to represent us this year as well.
Koloa Plantation Days- known for its rodeos, parade, craft fair, rides, entertainment, and food at the Koloa Ball Park, it’s a Kaua’i local event that families look forward to every year.
Team Punzal Vision participated in the 5th Annual Roots & Shoots 5k fun run/walk to support National Tropical Botanical Garden.
This past Saturday, Punzal Vision participated in another event – The Old Koloa Sugar Mill Run! This time around, everyone ran a 5k.
Team sports is a great way to build character and improve physical fitness in teens.
Steep hills, an intense obstacle course, and LOTS of mud – it’s the perfect setup for a challenging yet immensely fun experience, and all of it is dedicated to raising awareness and financial contribution to a great cause.
We all have busy lives these days and between taking care of the home, going to work, and making sure our kids are on track for their next day of school, we all could use a bit more rest and relaxation.
Our whole team participated in this year’s Kaua’i Half Marathon! With months of training, team runs, and preparation for the event under our belt we finally made it here!
It’s that time of year! Our team finished strong for our second annual Koloa Plantation Day 5k, and we’re just getting started!
Did you squint to read this headline or sentence? When was the last time you ran on a treadmill or swam a few laps in a pool?
Yes. We all know the feeling. Our eyes begin to puff up – we sneeze, and all of sudden we are in the middle of a full blown allergy flare up.
We know that food can be used to influence our overall health, and even increase the health and function of our eyes.
We look to nutrition as an important factor in our overall health. We each have rituals and practices around the way that we eat and the foods that we choose to eat in order to support our body as a whole and maintain energy throughout the day.
Sleep is one of the most important aspects of our lives. It allows us to grow and re-energize, strengthening us for the days to come.
Happy Monday everyone! Did anyone else’s three day weekend include putting miles on their running shoes with their work family?
Can’t stop won’t stop! The Kaua’i cup may be over but the fitness will continue.