Nearly every variety of tomato is great for your eyesight, even sweet cherry tomatoes (28). They’re high in lutein and zeaxanthin, which protect your eyes against light damage. Lycopene another compound in the fruit, protect against age-related macular degeneration (29).
19. Dried Marjoram
Like basil, this herb supplies all the vitamin A you need with just two ounces of the dried stuff (30). Why not combine both herbs and give your eyes more complete support?
The more spinach you eat, the more your eyes and muscles will thank you. One cup of the raw leafy green provides 50% of the vitamin A your body needs, so make sure to eat it alongside other foods high in vitamin A (31).