Beta Carotene is metabolized in the body and converted to vitamin A.
(Learn more) Vitamin A is an essential vitamin that can strengthens the immune system, promotes healing of wounds and diseases, protects the surface of the eye (the cornea), and improves night vision.
Vitamins A and beta-carotene help keep the eye healthy by keeping the surface of the eye, or cornea, moist.
Vitamin A deficiency usually leads to dry eyes, which can lead to corneal ulcers, opacity in the front of the eye, and poor vision. Beta-carotene can also help improve nighttime and peripheral vision.
Beta-carotene is best absorbed by the body through the foods you eat.
A balanced diet containing a variety of fruits and vegetables helps to improve the health of the body and eyes, which in turn improves vision.
Vitamin A helps your brain and eyes convert the light that enters them into signals that affect what you see. This can help in situations where light is poor. So carrots do support night vision.
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