Even though green beans are, well, green, they contain pigments that you’ll find in many other colourful vegetables such as peppers and tomatoes, called carotenoids. Three to be exact: beta-carotene, lutein and zeaxanthin. As well as being antioxidants, they are also a source of Vitamin A, which help boost your night-vision and help to prevent the blue light emitted by high-intensity light from harming your eyes.
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