Specialty of Carrot

Good vision is very much important if you want to see thebeauty of this world. Eyesight problems are prevailing rapidly not only in old but in children and youngsters as well. We can see small children wearing glasses due to eyesight problem in very small age; this is because they lack Vitamin A and other essential nutrients that are vital for making our vision good and clear.

There are a number of factors that can make youreyesight bad like, watching TV too close, reading in dark and above all the deficiency of important vitamins and nutrients. This deficiency can be improved by eating thefruits and vegetables to reduce eyesight problems. Carrot is one of the veggie that is a good source of vitamin A

Vitamin A is also known as Retinol which help our retina to improve vision. Eating carrot doesn’t mean that your vision will become 20/20, it only improve your vision. Following are eyesight problems that can be reduced by eating carrots.

Contrast:

By eating carrots, you will get sufficient amount of retinol and it could help you to distinguish between light and dark. Some people are not able to contrast among light and dark colors, so they should eat carrot to solve this problem.

Night Blindness:

This is another major eyesight problem that is being faced by many people. This is due to deficiency of vitamin A. Carrot is good to eat if you want to see clear in the night time. 

One thing you must keep in mind that eating too much carrot could be harmful for you as large amount of carrot can be toxic. So eat carrot without crossing limit!

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2 Comments

  1. It is important to distinguish between eye sight and eye health. Eating carrot cannot improve eyesight, that is visual acuity. This article does not make that clear. A poorly researched artlicle
    Also Night blindness is not as stated, a problem for many people, particularly in the western world.
    Eating too many carrots is NOT toxic, unless you ate a huge amount which would be virtually physically important.

    Can I suggest your readers consult the World Carrot Museum for more accurate information.

  2. I can see how John has some valcomment_ID points, but I don’t think carrots can hurt to give an extra boost of Vitamin E. What other things would you recommend to improve vision, John?

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