Lutein is a carotenoid. There are two kinds of carotenoids: hydrocarbon carotenes and xanthophylls. Carotenoids are found in many common plants you eat, like carrots and spinach. In fact, the carrot got its name from the word "carotenoid" because it exhibits a bright orange color, which is similar to the color of most carotenoids.
Did anyone ever tell you to eat carrots to make your eyes better? Well, it's actually true! Carotenoids have antioxidant properties. Lutein is especially good for the eyes. It's found in the wall of the retina. Lutein builds up on the retina wall and keeps UV light from the sun from hurting your eyes. Lutein is not produced in the human body, so you have to ingest it through the food you eat. A diet high in lutein and other carotenoids has been proven to help prevent Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD).
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