Age-related macular degeneration, a condition that affects the eyes, can be stopped by carotenoids found in carrots. By now you have probably heard carrots are good for your eyes, but new findings really show that they can go a long way to stop age-related macular degeneration. Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a condition that occurs over time. It can cause central blurry vision and requires the use of glasses as a form of vision correction.

Carotenoids are found in carrots and are what is responsible for their orange color. Carotenoids are also found in kale, sweet potatoes, orange peppers and broccoli. Dr. Paul Bernstein from the University of Utah School of Medicine said, “I tell my patients that……

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