Friday, August 19, 2011

Carrots Make Healthy Eyes

If you've been considered the champion carrots make a healthy eye, you should read this fact.

Actually, not just beta carotene content of carrots with its needed eye. There are other substances such as lutein and zeaxanthinm needed sense of vision, and can be obtained from dark green vegetables such as broccoli and spinach, and egg yolks.

In the eye, particularly the retina or macula lutea, are photoreceptor cells and cone-shaped rod that serves to adapt to light, darkness and contrast. Well, the nutrients in carrots (carotene) and greens (lutein and zeaxantin) works at the molecular level in the photoreceptor cells of the eye, so vision is more contrast in viewing colored objects. So, do not just eat carrots yes to get healthy eye.

Carrot-based recipe:

     Carrot pudding
     Carrot Cake
     Carrot Cake Chocolate Sauce
     Carrots Chicken balls
     Carrot Cheese Bake

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