Antioxidants from Dark, Leafy Greens Protect Against Cataracts
WE DON’T KNOW ABOUT POPEYE’S MUSCLES, but a new study suggests
that he and other spinach eaters do have healthier eyes. Researchers at Ohio
State University have demonstrated in the laboratory that certain antioxidants
found in our diets in dark leafy green vegetables—not only spinach but also
kale and collard greens—can help prevent cataracts, at least in the test tube.