Eating the right foods can help you see well

Seeds contain omega-3s and vitamin E, like nuts and legumes. Most grocery stores and websites sell seeds. Omega-3-rich seeds


nuts have omega-3s. Vitamin E in nuts prevents age-related eye damage. Nuts are sold at stores and online. Healthy nuts and legumes

Nuts and legumes

Omega-3s are abundant in fish. Oily fish have oil in their guts and bodies, therefore feeding them increases omega-3 intake. Tuna, salmon, trout are high in omega-3s.


Vitamin C-rich citrus fruits. Vitamin C is also advised by the AOA to counteract age-related eye degeneration.

Citrus fruits

Carrots include vitamin A and beta carotene. Beta carotene colourizes carrots. Vitamin A helps vision. It's a component of the light-absorbing protein rhodopsin.


Green leafy vegetables provide high levels of the antioxidants lutein and zeaxanthin, as well as vitamin C. Popular leafy greens include spinach, kale, and collard greens.

 Leafy green 

Eggs contain lutein and zeaxanthin, which decrease age-related vision loss. Eggs contain vitamins C, E, and zinc.


A life-sustaining fluid is also important for eye health. Dehydration can cause dry eyes, so drinking water can help.


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