Foods to Help Maintain Child's Eyesight

To increase the eyesight of children, include these things in the diet. Feed these healthy 5 foods to children for sharp eyes and to keep glasses at bay.

To keep the body of children healthy, we include many things in their diet. By eating healthy, the children have strong immunity. Nowadays children start watching TV, on mobile for a long time and due to lack of nutrition, the eyes of children start getting weak at an early age. This thing bothers many parents. But do you know that by including some things in the diet of children, their eyes can be saved from weakening? Let us know about these foods which can be given to children to increase their eyesight.


Amla is very beneficial for the body. Vitamin C present in amla is very good for eyesight. Feeding Amla regularly to children strengthens the immunity of children. To give amla to children, you can feed them sweet murabba, amla candy, or give amla juice to children to drink.

Sweet potato

Sweet potatoes are very beneficial for health. Beta-carotene present in sweet potato helps in sharpening the eyesight. Vitamin A and Vitamin C are found in abundance in sweet potatoes, which are very beneficial for the eyes. To feed sweet potatoes to babies, you can give them, you can include these in exciting form. 


Carrots are liked by most kids. Carbohydrates, fiber, protein, vitamin A, and vitamin K are found in abundance in carrots. The beta-carotene and vitamin A present in carrots enhance eyesight. To feed carrots to babies, they can be fed as a salad, and added to soups and vegetables.


Tomatoes are very much liked by most children. Vitamin A and Vitamin C present in tomatoes help in increasing the eyesight of children and keeping their eyes healthy. To feed tomatoes to children, they can be eaten in the form of salad or even after making soup. Eating tomatoes also strengthens the digestive system of the child.


Avocados are very beneficial for the body. Avocados are rich in potassium, folate, vitamin E, vitamin C, vitamin E, and vitamin A. Avocados are rich in vitamin A, which helps in sharpening the eyesight. Avocado also strengthens the immunity of the body.

All these things can be fed to babies easily. But before feeding children, make sure that they are not allergic to these things. If the child is undergoing any treatment, then start consuming these things only after asking the doctor.

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Dr. Rati Parwani

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