How Does Vitamin A Help the Eyes?

Vitamin A is the molecule in the retina that is responsible for the transformation of light energy into nerve impulses within the retinal matrix.

It helps protect the cornea and eye surface through the positive effect it has on mucous membrane health and repair, and thus is crucial in the prevention of dry eyes. Vitamin A can also help improve night vision, cataracts and glaucoma.











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