What are the best vitamins or food to eat for healthy eyes?
To keep the retina, macula and the tiny blood vessels in the eye you need to have enough of the 3 main Antioxidant vitamins.
They are A, C and E.
The best source of the 3 vitamins are all kinds of forest fruits.
Most rich of them are Blueberies (Vaccinium) and Wild strawberies (Fragaria vesca).
One of them is fairly unknown: goji berries for efforts to prevent macular degeneration, or stabilize, perhaps reverse it.
Don't really have anything to add to this, I do love carrots as an aid, just wanted to check on what I could go for healthy eyesight. I will have to pick up some goji berries as mentioned by Perspycacious.
Bilberry is really useful for eyes, especially with people with diabetes. Beta carotene, such as in carrots is also important. Vitamin A is a must.
You can check here vitamins that are good for our body. Hope this helps.
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