Taking extra antioxidants offers limited benefits for vision
Taking additional antioxidant supplements on top of vitamin C, vitamin E
and beta carotene does little to ward off macular degeneration among
older adults, new research suggests.
Researchers found a combination of lutein and zeaxanthin only provided
extra protection for people who started out getting the smallest amount
of those nutrients in their diets, such as from green, leafy vegetables....
JAMA Ophthalmology, online May 5, 2013.
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