Carrots help your vision, but not by much

 In NCI News

The benefit that takes place when beta-carotene is converted to Vitamin A.

Carrots have abundant amounts of beta-carotene, however when the body has enough vitamin A, it ceases to convert. This means that it helps improve your vision up to a point.

Vitamin A helps the brain turn darkness into signals that the brain can identify.

Turns out your skin can actually turn the color of orange, should you eat too many carrots.

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