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www.sciencefocus.com/qa/do-carrots-really-help-you-see-dark

Oct 24, 2013 ... Yes and no. Carrots contain vitamin A, or retinol, and this is required for your body to synthesise rhodopsin, which is the pigment in your eyes ...

www.pattyvisioncenters.com/index.php/myth_busters/myth/carrots_help_you_see_at_night

Carrots Help you See at Night ... Carrots are an excellent source of vitamin A, but vitamin A can be found in other foods such as sweet potatoes, eggs, butter, and ...

www.carrotmuseum.co.uk/ww2seeinthedark.html

"Carrots Help you See in the Dark" was a popular saying at the time and people ... Carrots cannot improve your eyesight, they can help maintain eye health.

blog.rsb.org.uk/mythbuster-do-carrots-really-help-you-see-in-the-dark

Oct 12, 2015 ... By Grace Paget, science writer. It's long been said that carrots help you to see in the dark, but it has become synonymous with encouraging ...

www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/a-wwii-propaganda-campaign-popularized-the-myth-that-carrots-help-you-see-in-the-dark-28812484

Aug 13, 2013 ... A WWII Propaganda Campaign Popularized the Myth That Carrots Help You See in the Dark. How a ruse to keep German pilots confused gave ...

www.howitworksdaily.com/do-carrots-help-you-see-in-the-dark

Feb 28, 2012 ... This myth isn't strictly true, but the story of how it came about is quite interesting. First of all, carrots are rich in beta-carotene, which is converted ...

www.scientificamerican.com/article/fact-or-fiction-carrots-improve-your-vision

Jun 23, 2014 ... Can scarfing carrots really help you see better in the dark?

yoursightmatters.com/carrots-really-improve-eyesight

Parents will tell their kids that spinach will make you big and strong or that broccoli ... Soon, it was mandated that everyone should eat carrots so they could see ...

www.naturalnews.com/020364_vitamin_A_vision_problems.html

Sep 8, 2006 ... Your mother always told you eating carrots would help you see better, but did she ever tell you why? No, this wasn't just a trick to get you to eat ...