Okay so there is an old wise tale that carrots help you see in the dark and apparently this started during the world war two when Britain told the Bastadio sly because they were using raider right to intercept the german bombers and they didn't want the Germans to know they now decided to do a press release and say that their pilots had exceptional night vision because they eat lots of carrots that's why the pilots can see at night which of course was a lie because you know they were using technology but is this old wife still true well apparently according to a doctor well dr brewer if you guys want to know carrots are actually a source of pigment better carotene which can be converted into vitamin a in the body when it's needed and vitamin a is needed to make an eye pigment called visual purple. I didn't know that which is extremely sensitive to light and allows vision in low light conditions. Now my ask is to go out and buy a bag of carrots because that's my issue when it's dark I don't see too well I've been told since I was 18 so I need to eat lots of carrots I just hate scraping them don't you because if you don't scrape them it's like you eat in sand sometimes. Oh I hate that feeling. So lack of vitamin A can actually lead to night blindness. So if you're that deficient in this, meaning if you're lacking this, right, eating carrots would actually help. So this is actually true, right? But apparently we're not gonna be able to see in the dark. You're not gonna be able to see at night because you know you're not an animal. I think animals are the only ones that have the capability to be able to see perfectly at night. But carrots can help get your vision, do you know what I mean? top notch. So what do you guys think about this? I find this interesting and I'm gonna go grab me bag of carrots in moan and complain every time I have to scrape them. That's one of the things that that hate doing, scraping carrots.