Eye problems do not always come with age. Your lifestyle can also affect your eyesight at an early age.

To boost your eye health, try eating these foods more often:

1. Red bell peppers

Red bell pepper(Specialty Produce)
Red bell pepper(Specialty Produce)

They are so enriched with vitamin C and studies suggest that vitamin C reduces the risk of cataracts. Apart from that, they contain vitamin A and E which are good for the health of your eyes. To get the most out of them, eat them raw.

2. Dark leafy vegetables

Green vegetables(Daily Health Alerts)
Green vegetables(Daily Health Alerts)

They are not only rich in iron but also vitamin C and E. They also contain carotenoids which are known to prevent long term eye diseases such as cataracts.

3. Salmon

Salmon, tuna fish, and trout are all fatty fish with omega 3 fatty acids. The omega 3 fatty acids are known to prevent dry eyes and glaucoma.

4. Sweet potatoes

Sweet potatoes(Harvard Health - Harvard University)
Sweet potatoes(Harvard Health - Harvard University)

Just like carrots, sweet potatoes are rich in beta carotene, a form of vitamin A that aids in night vision. Sweet potatoes also contain vitamin C and some bits of vitamin E.

5. Nuts

Let no one lie to you that njugu karangas are only good for sex-related stuff. Peanuts and other nuts like walnuts and cashews contain omega 3 fatty acids, as well as high contents of vitamin E. Vitamin E, is well known for preventing age-related eye diseases.

6. Citrus fruits

Citrus fruits(1zoom)
Citrus fruits(1zoom)

We already told you that vitamin C is really great with eye health. And you can get plenty of it from oranges, grapefruits, and limes.

7. Eggs

They not only contain vitamin A but also lutein, a powerful antioxidant that protects the eyes from diseases.