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Five Reasons to Eat More Carrots

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The origin of carrots can be traced back in time to about 5000 years ago, with historical documents and pictures. No one knows exactly when the 1st carrots appeared because a lot of people mistake them for parsnips, a close relative of the carrot.

Despite the fact that we don't know with certainty who and when they discovered the carrot, we're thankful for this "superfood". And here's why it's definitely worth including this crunchy orange vegetable in our daily menu.

Five Reasons to Eat More Carrots

Carrots ensure eternal youth

Five Reasons to Eat More Carrots

Don't be fooled that one delicious orange carrot is the equivalent of the elixir of life but it will differently take good care of your outer appearance.

Five Reasons to Eat More Carrots

The high doses of contained beta-carotene, an antioxidant, fights free radicals, which are responsible for aging.

Protect against cardiovascular diseases

Beta-carotene, alpha-carotene and lutein are the antioxidants contained in carrots which fight cholesterol, maintaining its levels within the healthy norm.


But this does not mean that we can eat carelessly and depend solely on carrots to balance the amounts of fat we take in.

They're good for vision

Regular consumption of carrots improves vision due to the high amounts of vitamin A. Carrot juice contains 4 times the amount of carotene found in tomatoes for example.

It's important to know that carotene is absorbed much easier and faster by the body if it is seasoned with some vegetable oil or a little lemon juice.

Help quickly heal open wounds

If you get a cut or have open wounds, you can put raw or boiled carrots directly onto the affected skin. Thanks to their antiseptic action, the carrots will relieve your pain and help the wound heal faster.

Prevent cavities

Dental care is something a lot of people ignore and only pay attention to once the pain becomes unbearable. Carrots clean the plaque that forms on teeth.

Biting off a piece of the crunchy vegetable causes salivation, which in turn regulates the pH level and prevents cavity formation.