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Vitamin B2 deficiency and Cataracts
Pretend you're Popeye. A Harvard University study found that women who ate spinach more than five times a week had a 47 percent decrease in risk of cataract surgery compared with those who ate spinach less than once a month. (Yes, eating spinach five times a week adds up to a whole lot of spinach, but some women in the study were apparently eating it that often.) Spinach may beat out carrots when it comes to cataract protection. In fact, it's always a good idea to eat a variety of fruits and vegetables.
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