Several studies show that munching more lutein rich
vegetables including spinach, red peppers, peas, sweet corn and celery can
increase the density of the pigment and preserve your sight.
The pigments, lutein and zeaxanthine, which are found in the part of the
eye which enable us to do close work. These pigments filter out blue
light, which is known to cause eye damage, but in older people, levels are
often low , causing their sight to deteriorate.