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Zachary eddy


Can spinach save your eyesight?

Can anyone tell me that if spinach can save my eyesight? What causes that?
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  • Kelsey McNew


    Spinach contain rich Lutein and Zeaxanthin. And Lutein and Zeaxanthin can help slow down your retina and macula degeneration progresses. Commonly, It is natural to suffer Macular degeneration as we get old. And Macular degeneration is the most common cause of some vision problems such as vision loss, presbyopia. From this point, eating spinach can help save my eyesight. So, try to slow down and prevent Macular degeneration can help you keep vision. But we can't say that eating spinach are actually save your eyesight.
  • Riley


    Yes, spinach can save your eyesight because of the inner materials. Taking spinach, you will have more roles in anti-aging effect. It could promote culture cell proliferation, activate brain function and enhance the vitality of youth. You could also eat more vegetables and fruits to make your eyes get moisture and comfortable. In order to improve your eyesight, you could also take more food with vitamin A.
  • cherry_bloss0m


    It is true that spinach can save your eyes. It can prevent and even undermine the process of macular degeneration that can eventually lead to incurable blindness. Spinach has this function because that it has lutein and zeaxanthin which are two strong antioxidants for eyes. Lutein and zeaxanthin work coordinately as a pair of invisible glasses to protect you from eye problems associated with age. Spinach is one of the rich sources of these two antioxidants. Taking 6 mg of lutein and zeaxanthin per day is enough for average people. For those who want to treat macular degeneration, the amount should be 11-12 mg every day. There is research showing that eating spinach will improve the vision of people who are suffering from macular degeneration. Besides spinach, other leafy greens like Romaine lettuce, broccoli and zucchini are also rich in lutein and zeaxanthin.