5. Chamomile tea for anxiety
Chamomile is a medicinal herb that isn’t habit-forming and has no known adverse side-effects. There have been a number of studies that have found it works effectively as a mild sedative, which is why it is good for anxiety. Of course, if you are experiencing severe or ongoing anxiety, you should see a doctor.
6. Carrots for better eyesight
I always thought this was something that was made up to get kids to eat more veggies. But a study from Harvard University found that people who eat the most carotenoids (found in orange coloured vegetables such as carrots, pumpkin and sweet potato) had a 40% lower risk of developing the most advanced form of macular degeneration, an eye condition that affects us as we get older and can cause loss of sight.