Lower Your Risk of Age-Related Macular Degeneration

It's well established carrots are good for your eyes.

In fact, a complete lack of Vitamin A will devastate your corneas. A small amount of Vitamin A deficiency will dry out your eyes.

Beta carotene can also help improve your night vision. Vitamin A assists your eyes in converting low light into “easy-to-think” brain signals.

A study found carrots may significantly lower the risk of age-related macular degeneration, the most common cause of vision loss in people over sixty years of age.

Researchers from Harvard followed one hundred thousand people over the age of fifty for twenty-five years.

They learned folks who consume the highest levels of the carotenoids zeaxnthis and lutein, had a forty percent lower risk of developing the advanced form of age-related macular degeneration, than those who ate the fewest carotenoids.

The researchers also found people who were getting great amounts of alpha-carotene, beta-carotene, as well as beta-cryptoxanth, lowered their risk of age-related macular degeneration by twenty-five to thirty-five percent, when compared to people who did not get enough of these nutrients.

Researchers credit lutein and zeaxanthin for these positive benefits, due to their ability protect the macular of the eye, by acting as antioxidants that filter out damaging blue light and defending cells from free radical damage.

You'll find plenty of carotenoids as well as other eye-protecting nutrients in Just Carrots.

P.S. Just Carrots is made from one hundred percent natural carrot juice, with only the fiber removed.

It takes twenty-five pounds of raw carrots to make one pound of Just Carrots powder. The powder mixed with water is equivalent to 4.5 oz of freshly squeezed juice. 

A single serving of Just Carrots contains forty-three calories.

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