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2018-02-07 / Features


Eating carrots doesn’t make your vision better. Though your body does convert beta-carotene into Vitamin A, it’s not enough to enhance the average person’s eyesight. The myth comes from WWII propaganda, when England tried to hide their new radar technology by tricking the Germans into thinking British pilots had developed a special “night sight” from eating a lot of carrots.

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