Where Is My Carrot?
You want to say like that to your grandson or granddaughter? If yes, you will find this small things will help you to prove it.
Carrots have beta-carotene 77% that causing its color orange, which on consumption by humans is metabolized into vitamin A. The Carotene function is protects cells against the destructive effects of ultraviolet light. ß-Carotene is an anti-oxidant.
Carrots are also rich in Vitamin C 12%, magnesium 5%, iron 5%, phosphorus 5%, potassium 5%.
There are many benefit from Carrots. It can make your stools softer and larger. Why are larger stools better? Because larger stools dilute toxins, exposure less toxins to colon walls, and press against colon walls to promote peristaltic action.
How Many we must consume carrots a day?
You can consume carrots 1 medium sized carrot a day with vegetable oil or sour cream. Also you can make carrot soup.
Or drink carrot juice twice daily (This because of dregs from juice have been filtered), once in the morning and in the evening before bedtime. This will support creating and growing new cells and improve your vision. If you feel a little uncomfortable. This happens when carrot juice reaches your intestines and colon and begins stirring up the toxic layers and materials in that area. This feeling will pass and is nothing to worry about.
If you are pregnant, drink carrot juice daily to build up your breast milk and to provide your baby with the nutrients that it needs.
For Attention: Massive overconsumption of carrots can cause hypercarotenemia, a condition in which the skin turns orange. Because of overdose effects of vitamin A, which can cause liver damage.