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Leafy Greens May Help Prevent Age-Related Vision Loss

A diet high in nitrates found in leafy green vegetables could help reduce your risk of early-stage macular degeneration (AMD), according to a study.

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Can Dark Chocolate Boost Your Vision?

People who ate a dark chocolate bar (72 percent cacao) had better vision within two hours, compared to those who consumed a milk chocolate bar in a small study.

Green Leafy Vegetables May Lower Risk of Open-Angle Glaucoma

Green Leafy Vegetables May Lower Risk of Open-Angle Glaucoma

People who eat green leafy vegetables like kale have a lower risk for primary open-angle glaucoma and early central vision loss, a study has found.

Fatty fish, like salmon, can help protect against diabetic retinopathy.

How Diet Can Reduce Diabetic Retinopathy Risk

A diet high in healthy fats, such as oily fish, may significantly reduce the risk of diabetic retinopathy in older adults.

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What to Eat for Healthy Eyes

We’ve been researching foods related to eye health, and evidence shows that the foods you eat can fortify your vision.