Lutein is an important nutrient for babies. It is found in infants brains and is linked to memory and learning and also supports eye health. Lutein supports eye health by absorbing potentially damaging light and protects against oxidative damage. You get lutein from food such as leafy greens, corn, green beans and egg yolks. Infants get lutein from breast milk and formula that has lutein added. Talk to your Loveland physician if you are concerned about the amount of lutein your children are getting in their diets.