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Can you eat carrots to improve poor vision?

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Dr. Richard Bensinger
Ophthalmology
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In brief: No

Carrots do contain carotenoids, the precursor to vitamin a but deficiency in the western diet is extraordinarily rare.
If you have poor vision it should be evaluated by an ophthalmolgist, but eating carrots almost certainly with have no effect.

In brief: No

Carrots do contain carotenoids, the precursor to vitamin a but deficiency in the western diet is extraordinarily rare.
If you have poor vision it should be evaluated by an ophthalmolgist, but eating carrots almost certainly with have no effect.
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