Healthy Diet Linked to Lower Risk of Cataracts in Women

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June 15, 2010–According to new research appearing in the June edition of Archives of Ophthalmology, eating healthily can improve a woman’s defense against the damaging effects of cataracts. The study, which surveyed more than 1,800 women, found that those that scored the highest for adhering to the nationally recommended dietary guidelines, also had a 37% lower risk for cataracts.

The healthy diet linked to the lowered risk included high amounts of fruits, vegetables, proteins and whole grains, and low amounts of salt and fat.

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