Do carrots truly help improve one's vision?
Well... yes and no.
The association between carrots and vision - particularly night vision - grew into fruition during World War II. The British Royal Air Force published a story that said skilled fighter pilot John "Cats' Eyes" Cunningham could thank a steady diet of carrots for his night vision flying prowess.
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Why was this story released? Well... in reality, the Royal Air Force was actually using radar to locate Luftwaffe bombers during the night... but concealing the reality with a tribute to carrots.
As a result? Many British citizens began to grow and eat more carrots.
That's one way to get your kids to eat more vegetables.
Be that as it may... I have noticed that when I consume both carrots and beets, my eyes "clear." Not necessarily better vision, but they seem to shine from the vitamins and minerals found in these two vegetables particularly. I know, it "sounds" weird... but when people tell me that my eyes are "shining," I know it is due in part to my diet.
1 medium beet, 2 medium carrots, 1 cup purple cabbage, 1 inch knob ginger, 1/2 cucumber
If you have no yet started juicing/blending - I would very much encourage you to do so. It's worth the change in diet and overall lifestyle.
"Carrots are devine...You get a dozen for a dime, It's maaaa-gic!" - Bugs Bunny
Love y'all dearly!