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04/11/2013

Can carrots help improve blurred vision?

My colleague told me that taking more carrots is good for eyes, especially for people who work with computer everyday. Now, i am troubled by blurred vision now and then. Can eating carrots help me improve blurred vision?
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  • Brandon

    04/12/2013

    Carrot contains more than 490 phytochemicals. Beta-carotene is one of the most antioxidants in the carrot, which helps synthesize the production of vitamin A. As is known to all, the most and vital important function of vitamin A is help with building good eyesight. Also, vitamin A can reduce dryness and irritation in eyes by producing lubrication. Also, carrots can do good to liver. Liver disease always lead to swellings, dark circles under eyes and yellow eyes. Because of chlorine, which is produced by carrot is essential in cleaning the liver by excreting bile and fats.
  • Holly

    04/14/2013

    Yes, taking carrots is good for your eyes, especially for people who sit in front of computers for a long time everyday because of the inner containing vitamin. Eating carrots will help you improve your blurred vision. You could also eat more vegetables with vitamin C which could also help you moisture your eyes and make you see things clearly. You could also use some eye drops to improve your blurred vision.
  • abbyabbie

    04/15/2013

    Yes, it true that carrots do good to eyes. Carrots are abundant in beta-carotene which converts to vitamin A which is an essential nutrition for eye health. Therefore, carrots are able to improve overall eye health. Looking at the computer screen consume a lot of vitamin A, so taking more carrots can relieve the symptoms of dry eyes like blurred vision, itchiness and eye strain. Don't forget to cook carrots with oil, because they are fat soluble. Carrots cooked with grease are easier to be absorbed by the body.
  • Jade

    04/09/2015

    You might have heard that eating carrots is good for your eyesight. While it is true that carrots are good for your vision, they cannot increase your visual acuity.While carrots cannot improve your vision, they are a good source of beta carotene, which is a form of vitamin A. A deficiency in this vitamin can lead to vision problems and eventual blindness. When a person does not consume enough vitamin A, over time, the photoreceptors in the eye begin to deteriorate, disrupting vision. This process can be reversed by restoring the amounts of vitamin A in the system through eating a healthy diet and by taking a daily multivitamin.
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