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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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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.
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 ...
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.
19 Mar 2008 ... Do you chomp on carrots to keep night blindness at bay?
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.