Carrots.First, we mentioned carrots! Yes, these veggies help your
eyes by supplying beta-carotene, which strengthens night vision.
But as these slides have shown, you don’t need to have a bunny-like
appetite to treat your eyes..
Kale and spinach.Just one cup of either of these cooked veggies is
packed with more than 20 milligrams of lutein and zeaxanthin—two
nutrients that do wonders for your eyes. Other sources include collards,
turnip greens, corn, green peas, broccoli, romaine lettuce, and green beans
Salmon.Salmon is rich in B-vitamins, both ofwhich can help protect
eyes. Salmon is particularly rich in the B-vitaminniacin; Salmon’s
healthy fats may also help protect light receptor cells in the eye from
damage by sunlight and free radicals.
Eggs.Start your day off with an egg or two to keep your vision on track.
Eggs contain proteins that are beneficial to the lens of your eye. The yolk
is equally good for you as it helps prevent eye diseases as you age.