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Eat the Rainbow for Your Eyes

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Close up of water bottle pouring water

Blue: Water


Okay, we cheated. Water isn't considered a food, but staying hydrated helps with natural eye lubrication and can protect against various eye problems. Keep a water bottle nearby at work and at home to encourage better hydration all day long. Add sliced cucumber, also a source of lutein, to your water for a refreshing twist.

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