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Thursday, February 23, 2012

Yahoo!: Do carrots really improve your eyesight?

Most of the foods we eat have their own special qualities; some can lower your cholesterol, blood pressure, etc. and others can boost your immune system, increase your vitamin levels, eyesight, and more.

Some foods are just pleasing to the taste buds and their specialty can mainly be found in an increase of weight. It would be better to avoid those, but that is easier said then done when the cravings set in.

Carrots have always been associated with a better eye sight and in case you didn't consume too many of them in your lifetime, this knowledge may be a day late and a dollar short. Yeah, hindsight is 20/20.

It may not be too late yet. If they really have the ability to improve your eyesight then you may still be able to turn around the effects of having neglected the beta-carotenes for so long, by incorporating them into your meals.

The question remains though whether it is really true that carrots do improve your eyesight, or not. My suspicion is that they do.

I have never seen a rabbit with glasses!



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