Change Your Eye Color via Food you Eat! myLot Ads ftw~

@owstalaga (4200)
Philippines
September 5, 2015 6:46am CST
I know what you're thinking... Something like, "Oh yeah?", "Seriously?" or "That's impossible!" Well since I stopped using an ad blocker on myLot i've been seeing lots of ads. Some of them I can't help but click! I've clicked on two now and both are cool articles. One is the North Korean photos (which I shared on Facebook) and another one is the supposed top 10 foods that changes eye color. I was like "Whut now? Seriously?" Somebody ought to check if those foods can really change the eye color in some way. I eat some of them regularly but most of them I don't know where to get. No I don't think it's a drastic change from Blue to Brown or vice versa. Wouldn't that be fun if it's possible though?
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@jkct02 (2860)
• Malaysia
6 Sep 15
No wonder my eyes are now more blue than brown! I did not know it was the food. What should I do now? My grand-daughter nowadays always looks at me in the eye kind of strangely. Oh yes, I watched the movie "Hulk" last night, anything to do with that?
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@owstalaga (4200)
• Philippines
6 Sep 15
hahaha, maybe you ate something with gamma ray radiation. You need to find Mr. Blue so it will turn back to normal.
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@jkct02 (2860)
• Malaysia
6 Sep 15
@owstalaga We can never tell if the food we ate was contaminated radioactively unless we switch off the light and see the food glowing in the dark.
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• Lakewood, Colorado
5 Sep 15
That would be not only fun, but a miracle friend
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@owstalaga (4200)
• Philippines
5 Sep 15
I know right? It should be a funny article but they seem serious about it. Though they only say it can change a little bit and not drastically.
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@LadyDuck (122430)
• Switzerland
5 Sep 15
Do not worry, there are no food that can change the eye color. There are a lot of legends in the Internet, do not trust everything you read.
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@sofssu (14735)
5 Sep 15
I read this article sometime ago and I was like if that could happen we can so so much with skin color and stuff.. I don't believe its possible.
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@owstalaga (4200)
• Philippines
5 Sep 15
Yeah it's far from possible but if it happened I'd like to try some green eyes. But I think violet would look better on me, if it's like the colored contacts I had.
@topffer (30727)
• France
5 Sep 15
My mother was telling that eating carrots was giving a good look to her skin, but for eyes color, she was preferring tinted lenses.
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@owstalaga (4200)
• Philippines
5 Sep 15
Yeah colored lenses are better in changing eye color!
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• Petah Tiqva, Israel
5 Sep 15
It could have been nice to be able to control your eye color but at the end of a day we have to accept ourselves as we are.
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@owstalaga (4200)
• Philippines
5 Sep 15
Yes indeed. But if it could happen, it would be fun in a fantasy/science fiction kind of way. Maybe I should write that in a book or something.
@owlwings (38187)
• Cambridge, England
5 Sep 15
I'm quite sure that it's a fallacy that what you eat can change your eye colour. The colour of the iris is controlled by the amount of melanin in it and is determined by the genes you get from your father and mother and by the hormones which control the production of melanin. Most of the time, the sites which talk about changing your eye colour are referring to temporary changes in the size of the pupil which only appears to change eye colour by showing more or less of the iris as the pupil size changes. Other things, too, can change the appearance and temporarily can make the eyes seem to be a different colour. Certain illnesses may also change the appearance of the eyes. The only way to change the colour of the eyes more than just a slight darkening or lightening is to use special contact lenses which have a false iris printed on them.
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