Are Fruits Effective In Keeping My Eyes Healthy?

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There are many fruits that can help you with good eyesight according to a Frisco Optometrist. As a juicing website, however, our focus is fruits which can help you, our dear readers, have better eyesight. Here are some of them.
Tomatoes are packed with carotenoids, including lycopene, which helps give tomatoes their vibrant red color. Research shows that the lycopene present in ocular tissues helps prevent light-induced damage to the retina and other areas of the eye.
Tomatoes are also an excellent source of vitamin C, another vision protector. Processed tomato products or fresh tomatoes eaten with a little olive oil will help boost the absorption of lycopene. Researchers say eating foods rich in antioxidants is better than taking supplements.
Oranges and all of their citrus cousins — grapefruit, tangerines, and lemons — are high in vitamin C, an antioxidant that is critical to eye health. Scientists have found that your eyes need relatively high levels of vitamin C to function properly, and antioxidants can prevent or at least delay cataracts and AMD. Lots of other foods offer benefits similar to oranges, including peaches, red peppers, tomatoes and strawberries.
Carrot Juice
In the past, we have spoken at length about the benefits of carrots in your weight loss regimen. Carrots can be used to make healthy juice which in turn, helps to protect your eyes from the brunt of negative eye problems. Together with green leafy veggies, carrots contain beta carotenes whose roles have been explained at length in a previous post on this blog.
According to Avant-Garde Optometry, fruits are very important if you’re going to keep yourself away from the optometrists for long.

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Selija Crawford

My name is Selija Crawford, the founder of Juicing Detective. I started this blog purely for juicing related aspects but have since expanded to include lifestyle tips, product recommendations and more.

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