Eat carrots for your eyes? Nutrition and vitamins play an important role in your vision and eye health. In a recent study, scientists found that people who ate at least three daily servings of bananas, oranges and other fruits had a 36% lower risk of developing age-related macular degeneration (AMD) than people who ate fewer than one and a half servings.
But if you find you aren’t eating as many fruits and vegetables as you should, then consider taking nutritional supplements that contribute to healthy eyes.
Look for ingredients such as beta-carotene, lutein, zinc, selenium and vitamins B, C and E for extra protection from conditions such as glaucoma and AMD.
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