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A cataract develops when proteins aggregate in the lens of the eye with progressive opacification, thus admitting less light. There is wide agreement that diets rich in beta-carotene (a non-toxic, water soluble precursor of vitamin A) and vitamin C may significantly reduce one's risk of cataract formation. (Source: Life Extension Magazine, May 2004.)

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