Carrots helps better eyesight: True or False?

source: Care2

You used to believe that eating lots of carrots will improve your site but that’s not true. A new study by the American Chemical Society has claimed that carrots can help your overall good vision but will not be able to prevent you from needing eye glasses.

The reason that carrots can help your health is that they contain beta carotene, which your body can convert to vitamin A. Although vitamin A is good for the eye, and carrots have it, other types of food also have it. These include peas, cantaloupe, spinach, lettuce and even cheese. So, if you have been eating a well balanced diet, there’s a possibility that carrots won’t make a difference much in your system.

The false story that carrot really helps the eye to see dates back to World War II



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