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Everybody that eating carrots is good for our eyesight. A new study that grapes are also good for our eyes. Researchers from the National University of Singapore have that eating just a few grapes a day can our vision. This is especially so for people who older. Dr Eun Kim, the lead researcher, said: "Our study the first to show that grape consumption beneficially eye health in humans, which is very exciting, especially with a growing, ageing population." Dr Kim added that, "grapes an easily accessible fruit that studies have can have a beneficial impact" on our eyesight. This is good news for people who don't really carrots.

The study is in the journal "Food & Function". Thirty-four adults part in a series of experiments over 16 weeks. Half of the participants one-and-a-half cups of grapes per day; the other half ate a placebo snack. Dr Kim did not the participants or the researchers whether she was the grapes or the snack. She that not revealing this information would better test results. She found that people who ate the grapes had muscle strength around the retina. The retina information about light to the brain via electrical signals. It the eyes from damaging blue light. A lot of blue light comes from computer and smartphone screens, and from LED lights.

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