Your mother was right — carrots truly are good for your eyesight. Carrots are an excellent source of beta-carotene and vitamin A, which has been linked to the prevention of cataracts, as well as eye, throat and sinus infections. Additionally, carrots are rich in vitamins B3, C and E; calcium; phosphorus; potassium; fiber; and folic acid. … Back to Article
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