Research News

February 2013 Issue

Keep your Eye on Lutein-Rich Greens

While Popeye ate spinach to support his super-human strength, a growing amount of research indicates it may have protected his eyesight, as well. Lutein, an antioxidant commonly found in dark, leafy greens, such as spinach, may be key in preventing age-related vision loss. Yet, according to a recent study conducted by UK’s College of Optometrists, almost two-thirds of people could be risking their eyesight because of poor diet.

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