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Foods that produce tears

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Natural tear producing foods besides omega oils

Rated 4 points - posted 8 years ago by kris in category Health.
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Broccoli Report Abuse
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Whole milk Report Abuse
Rich in vitamin A which is important for eye health and vision.
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Water Report Abuse
Not a food, but an important item to consume as it keeps the eyes moist.
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Spinach Report Abuse
Rich in vitamin A, helps with symptoms of dry eye.
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Carrots Report Abuse
Rich in vitamin A, helps with symptoms of dry eye.
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Chicken liver Report Abuse
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Oranges Report Abuse
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Sweet red pepper Report Abuse
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Salmon Report Abuse
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Cantaloupe Report Abuse
Cantaloupe contains a lot of water and is rich in vitamin A.
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