Why do we need to eat carrots?


       Hey everyone,

  Today I would like to talk a bit about carrots and main reasons why we all should consume carrots. 

  Among main reasons for carrots consumption are the need for better vision, cancer prevention and anti-aging issues. It is known that carrots that are rich in beta-carotene which can protect us against macular degeneration and senile cataracts.  According to recent studies, people that eat beta carotene regularly have 40% lower risk of macular degeneration than those who consume little. As for cancer prevention, it is scientifically proven that beta carotene reduce the risk of lung, breast and colon cancers. The reason is that falcarinol and falcarindiol available in carrots cause the anticancer properties. In terms of anti-aging issues, beta-carotene acts as an antioxidant to cell damage and additionally  slows down the aging of cells. 

  Among other  benefits that are often overlooked we can enumerate better skin, powerful antiseptic, heart disease, body cleansing and stroke prevention properties. It should be mentioned that vitamin A and antioxidants protect skin from sun damage. Vitamin A prevents premature  wrinkling, acne, blemishes, dry skin and uneven skin tone. Carrots can be also used as a facial mask. They are also known for infection prevention abilities and used often by herbalists. Carrots are used on cuts either in shredded raw form or boiled and mashed.  Those veggies also lower risk of heart disease and cholesterol levels. Additionally, vitamin A available in carrots helps the liver to flush out the toxins from the body. Lastly, according to recent studies, people who eat more than six carrots per week are less prone to suffer from stroke than those that eat only one carrot per month or less. 

  Overall, carrots are a very valuable asset for our nutrition since they are able to improve  our vision, have cancer, heart disease, stroke prevention, anti-aging, better skin, body cleansing properties and  can  serve even  as a powerful antiseptic.




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