According to a case study that was recently published in a medical journal, the consumption of foods such as french fries, Pringles, and white bread was sufficient to cause one adolescent boy to have vision loss.Researchers from the University of Bristol analyzed the case of a young child whose highly selective eating led to blindness.As a result of their findings, they issued a warning about the consequences of consuming an unhealthy diet.
Why did the boy go blind from eating fries?
CBS News, Wednesday, September 3, 2019, 10:19 AM An English youngster who eats nothing but French fries, potato chips, and the rare slice of ham has been left blind as a result of the acute vitamin deficit in his diet, according to a study that was released in Britain on Tuesday. The paper was written by physicians in Britain.
Can a 17-year-old go blind from eating chips?
The lack of vitamins in this boy’s diet caused him to go blind at the age of 17, and his diet consisted primarily of processed foods like chips, Pringles, and ham. A decade had passed since the picky eater from Bristol, who is now 19 years old, had last had any form of fruit or vegetable.
Why did this 17-year-old go blind on a diet of Pringles?
+2 Feel free to copy the URL and paste it into your reply. A vitamin shortage has led to the blindness of a 17-year-old kid who subsisted on a diet consisting primarily of processed foods including chips, Pringles, bread, and sausages (stock image)