Beta-carotene is a major ingredient in carrots. It helps to reduce the chances of macular degeneration and cataract.
Dark green veggies such as lettuce, spinach or collard green contain lutein, which prevents cell damage. So put another leaf in your burger.
Orange Coloured Food
Orange colour fruits and veggies get the colour from beta-carotene, which helps in maintaining healthy eyesight. Eating sweet-potatoes, apricots and pumpkin can also help a lot in brightening of your eyes.
Sardines, tuna, mackerel and salmon are fish that are extremely rich in omega 3 fatty acids.
Eggs are an important source of zeaxanthin, lutein, vitamin B12, vitamin D and vitamin A, which help in protecting your eyes from ultraviolet rays and age-related degeneration.
Ranging from kidney beans to chick peas and lentils, beans are a great source of zinc.
They're filled with Vitamin E, which slows macular degeneration. One handful provides about half of your daily dose of Vitamin E.