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I'm not sure what color my eyes were when I was born but my mom said that they were hazel when I was a little girl. Since as far back as I can remember they have been brown, they are lighter or darker some days but they are always brown. I am the only brown eyed person in my house. We have 3 with blue eyes, 1 with hazel and me with brown. When I took the kids and myself in for eye exams the doctor told my youngest that he had blue eyes but that they had "brown freckles" on them making them look hazel. Interesting. When it was my turn He looked at my eyes and told me that I had blue eyes too but that I had a LOT of "brown freckles" on them. Interesting. About a month or so ago I noticed that my eyes were changing color. One morning while I was doing my eye make up the morning sun was hitting me in the eyes I noticed that there was blue in my eyes. Interesting! Since then I have noticed that the brown is slowly going away and I am able to see more and more blue. Right now I would says that I am almost hazel again. There has been enough of a change that I have had to change the way that I do my eye make up. I look forward to seeing just how much they will change as I continue to cleanse and detox. I have started an intestinal cleanse, as I know that I have a lot of problems with my colon. Has anyone else experienced eye color change while going raw, mostly raw or cleansing/detoxing?

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Comment by Janet Doane on April 13, 2013 at 9:57pm

Thanks, Devona. :-)

Comment by Devona on April 13, 2013 at 8:52pm

It does feel good to see that my body is getting healthier! Thanks for sharing your story!

Comment by Janet Doane on April 12, 2013 at 10:58am

Hi Devona,

I've been having changes in my eyes. When I was 5 my eyes were blue. A tonsillectomy changed that, and within a year, my eyes were green. Additional toxins began to build up and by the time I was 7  my eyes were hazel.

Since being raw, and going through a detox program with herbs from Dr. Robert Morse (who is also an iridologist and gives the most amazing readings), and doing some fasting and short liquid cleanses, my eyes are no longer hazel. The blue is showing much more. There is still some yellow around the pupils that makes the eyes look green sometimes, depending on the light, but it's not the yellow-brown color that it used to be. And the look of the iris has changed too - from a muddy quality to much more clear and healthy.

Have you seen Fully Raw Kristina's Youtube on how her eyes have gone from brown, to now, mostly blue? It's wonderful!

I always love to hear how people's eyes change color - true visible proof of the body becoming vibrant and healthy! Congratulations on your success!

Comment by Devona on April 9, 2013 at 3:18pm

Maybe. The pictures are very interesting, thanks!

Comment by Lisa Viger on April 9, 2013 at 12:13pm

Well that's interesting. I swear my eyes have gotten lighter since I've been vegan and mostly raw. I suppose it makes sense. Maybe the "freckles" are like age spots on skin ... just little clusters of debris that can go away with really good health.

Here are a couple microscopic images of irises ...

Comment by Jane on April 7, 2013 at 4:01am

When I started to incorporate raw food and juices into my daily diet, I noticed my irises got a bit lighter and clearer (I have green eyes) but they didn’t change to a completely different colour.  I remember a lot of people seemed to notice and remark about the change. 

On a separate but related note; a friend of mine is prescribed eye drops to treat high pressure in her eyes (I think it’s the sort of pressure that can damage the optic nerve if left untreated); the side effects of the drops include: changes in the colour of the irises, and longer thicker lashes. 

If I remember correctly iris is the Greek word for rainbow, which makes sense in terms of your multi-coloured eyes, which sound lovely.  Over the years I’ve heard many similar stories about changing eye colours.  I think it’s fascinating. 

Comment by Sally R on April 7, 2013 at 1:39am

This is really interesting. I had grey eyes until I was a year old and then they turned brown. I read somewhere that all brown eyes have blue underneath. When my grandfather went through chemo I was told his eyes went from brown to blue. Very interesting thread.

Comment by Linda Ann on April 6, 2013 at 9:43pm
Yes that does happen! My eyes are a gray blue, but when I really amp up the juices the predominant color is blue over gray
Comment by Devona on April 6, 2013 at 8:51pm

LaTricia, it is very interesting to watch my body as it is going through these changes.

Leah, I have been gradually changing my diet for about 6 months now. I wonder if my eyes are going to go all the way blue. It will be interesting to see what happens! I have read that not everyone's eyes change color and that makes since to me since my family's eyes have stayed blue even though they have had health issues, I guess that it just depends on the person. The blue that I can see in my eyes is almost the exact same shade as my grandfather's eyes were. 

Comment by Leah Balasch on April 6, 2013 at 4:30pm

That is so cool! How long has it been since you changed your eating habits?  I saw some of Christina's videos and she was taking about this. My eyes are an amber color in the sunlight. I wonder once I detox if they will change. Guess there's only one way to find out. :)

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