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During the excess and indulgence of the festive period, most of us don’t eat enough healthy foods. So, it’s good to know that there’s one seasonal superfood that’s positively wholesome and nutritious – and what’s more, that it could benefit your vision. Read on to find out why you should eat Brussels sprouts for healthy eyes this Christmas.
We all know that vegetables are good for us; they contain a variety of important vitamins and minerals, combined with fibre to aid digestion.
Brussels sprouts in particular are considered by some to be a superfood because they are especially rich in nutrients that are vital for eye health.
Many people can’t stand the taste of sprouts. If you normally shun this seasonal superfood, don’t worry, there are still plenty of ways that you can get the right vitamins to help your vision.
Brussels sprouts are fantastic for healthy eyes, but there are lots of other seasonal superfoods that can help boost your eye health this Christmas.
Want to know more about foods that can help your vision? Read all about the top superfoods for healthy eyes.