Eating carrots helps you see in the dark - Level B1 Class

  Carrots contain beta carotene,  zinc,  and vitamins.

 Medical experts think carrots can prevent your

eyesight  from getting worse as you get older.. Unfortunately, however, carrots won't give you excellent night vision.

 It's possible that this myth started during World War II.

  They used radar, radio waves to see "enemy" planes at night.

 They wanted to keep their invention secret , so they claimed it was due to the fact their

 plane spotters ate carrots and as a result, they saw in the dark.

 Verdict: mostly false   
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