Myths About Visual Health And Eye Care

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Do not watch TV too close or spend much time in front of computer monitor are two of the myths that surround the eye care, are there others? Discover them for yourself and finally discard.
Here we refer to that directly to eye care, and which surely there are some that you know:
1. Eating carrots improves vision
Vitamin A is a component of the pigment of the retina (inner membrane of the eye in which the prints are bright and images represent objects), so it is very important for eye health. The lack of this nutrient causes difficulty seeing in the dark, and night blindness in extreme cases. The carrot is a food rich in this vitamin, as are spinach, watercress, spinach, squash, broccoli, peppers, tomatoes, papaya, cantaloupe, liver (pork or chicken), among others, recommended to have excellent vision .

 
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