The following list of produce contains only those fruits that are good sources of at least one nutrient that benefits your eyes.
There are many others not listed here that will provide a small benefit to your eye health, which is, of course, better than no benefit at all, and definitely better than a diet full of fat and sugar.
Acerolas, also known as the Barbados or West Indies cherries, are an excellent source of Vitamin C, and a fair source of beta-carotene.
As a fruit juice, they are also an excellent source of Vitamin C, and a fair source of beta-carotene.
Dried apricots are a good source of beta-carotene because the drying process concentrates the nutrients.
Blueberries and Bilberries
Blueberries and bilberries are an excellent source of anthocyanins, which help with night blindness, and have a positive effect on cataracts and macular degeneration. Please note that bilberries may react with anticoagulant medications.
Cantaloupe is a good source of beta-carotene and Vitamin C.
Guava is a good source of Vitamin C, and a fair source of beta-carotene. The pink-fleshed and red-fleshed varieties have more beta-carotene.
Kiwis are a good source of Vitamin C.
Lemons are a good source of Vitamin C, and a fair source of lutein and zeaxanthin.
Persimmons are a good source of beta-carotene and Vitamin C. Choose ones that are soft all over or you will discover the puckering effect that persimmons have on the mucous membranes of the mouth.