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Fruits You Should Consume Often To Clean The Eyes And Maintain Clear Vision

Uncorrected myopia is more common than we think. We typically attribute it to things like the advent of smartphones, people spending more time in front of screens at work, or people watching too much television according to an article written by webMD.

Although these certainly have a role in eye health, they are not the only possible cause of deterioration. Your eyesight may also be negatively affected by malnutrition.

To work normally, our eyes need the same kind of nourishment as the rest of our body. Foods that may benefit our eyesight are especially important to include because they make up such a large percentage of our daily caloric intake.

Some fruits include more nutrients that are beneficial to the eyes than others, and fruits in general are a nutrient-dense food source.

1. Orange

Its high water content helps to keep the eyes moist and its high concentration of vitamin C makes it the best citrus fruit for fighting cataracts.

2. Apricot

apricots have been shown to reduce the aging process in the eyes due to their high beta-carotene content. In addition to vitamin A, apricots are packed with other anti-ageing elements like zinc, copper, vitamins C and E according to studies.

3. Avocado

Avocados help improve night vision and protect the eyes from harmful ultraviolet radiation because they contain high levels of the compounds lutein and zeaxanthin.

4. Papaya

Papaya, a superfood that is rich in minerals, antioxidants, and enzymes, is great for your eyes in general according to studies.

5. Mango

This summertime favorite is rich in vitamin A, an antioxidant that guards against bacterial and disease-causing infections of the surface of the eye. Dryness and cloudiness, which could threaten overall eye health, are exacerbated by a lack of vitamin A.

6. Blueberry

Blood vessel health is improved by the sweet and sour fruit's potent anti-inflammatory and rhodopsin-regenerating properties. This fruit's anthocyanin content aids in maintaining a healthy blood flow to the retina according to studies.

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