Move over carrots. Although beta carotene (precursor to vitamin A and what gives carrots their orange color) has long been THE nutrient for eye health, a new study shows that vitamin E rich foods lessened the chances of cataracts by just over 25%.
The review published in the Journal Public Health Nutrition looked at 27 studies, including 245,351 individuals from many countries. The researchers looked at vitamin E intake from supplements and diet, combined and alone, and the effect on development of age-related cataracts (ARC). They found a statistically significant decreased risk of developing ARC with increasing dietary vitamin E.
For eye health, and to help improve your eyesight, eat foods like spinach, broccoli, avocados, shellfish, nuts and seeds are all rich sources of vitamin E. If you have trouble meeting your daily dose of vitamin E, a Complete Vitamin E supplement will help fill the gap. Continue reading “Improve Your Eyesight With Vitamin E Rich Foods”Read More