Lutein can reduce risk of cataracts



Research at Harvard University suggests food and dietary supplements containing lutein can keep your vision health looking good. New studies show that lutein and zeaxanthin, carotenoid antioxidants found in dark green, leafy vegetables and many dietary supplements, may help reduce the risk of cataracts.
The Harvard studies show that people who consume more spinach, kale, broccoli and other foods rich in lutein have a reduced risk of developing cataracts. Women with the highest intake o...

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