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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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23 Jun 2014 ... Yet the question remains: Are carrots truly able to improve eyesight or is ... clear front of the eye) can literally disappear if the body does not get ...
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Are carrots really proven to aid eyesight? ... Carrots won't improve your visual acuity if you have less than perfect vision. ... How do carrots help your eyes? Print .
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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 ...
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13 Aug 2013 ... You've probably heard the myth that eating lots of carrots will magically improve your vision. ... So why do we think carrots help us see better?
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31 Jul 2014 ... Does eating carrots result in significantly improved vision?