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The beta carotene contained in carrots improves visual performance.
Carotenoids are usually contained in coloured fruits and vegetables such as apricots, lemons, berries, black currents.  More »
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health.howstuffworks.com/human-body/systems/eye/carrots...
Carrots won't improve your visual acuity if you have less than perfect vision. ... But the vitamins found in the vegetable can help promote overall eye health.
uk.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20061204131830A...
So, vitamin-A rich carrots can help you to see better in the dark, but they do not improve your visual acuity. That is, your vision will not improve ...
gizmodo.com/youve-been-lied-to-about-carrots-your-whole...
13 Aug 2013 ... So why do we think carrots help us see better? Smithsonian ... Your article is pretty much saying carrots have nothing to do with better vision.
www.abc.net.au/health/talkinghealth/factbuster/stories/...
19 Mar 2008 ... Do you chomp on carrots to keep night blindness at bay?
www.webmd.com/eye-health/fact-fiction-myths-about-eyes
28 Mar 2013 ... Eating Carrots Will Improve Your Vision ... Children may do this to see the TV more clearly. ... Children With Crossed Eyes Can Be Treated.