Wednesday, July 27th, 2016

Eat Carrot More for a joyful and diseases-free life

Snehal Mathias | July 27, 2016 9:02 pm Print
Carrots are known to be “good for the eyes”. It is just one of the benefits of the delicious vegetable. Find out more benefits of carrot.


Healthy Skin


Vitamin A helps in nourishing your skin and protecting the skin from harmful rays of the sun. It makes the skin vibrant and the pulp can be used for the treatment of blemishes and scars. It maintains the elasticity of skin and prevents wrinkles and prevents the signs of aging. It helps in improving the skin tone.

Healthy Heart


Dark orange colored carrot can lower the risk of heart disease. Vitamin K helps to control blood clotting, and prevents from excessive bleeding or blood clotting.

Healthy Eyes


Deficiency of Vitamin A can cause vision problems. Having foods that are rich in beta-carotene may restore vision and are good for your eyes too.

Healthy Liver


Your liver can be protected from the toxic effects of environmental chemicals by carrot extracts. It reduces the fat that are present in the liver. The fiber present in carrots helps in cleaning out the colon and speeds up the waste movement.

Healthy Teeth and Gums


Carrots help in stimulating your gums and eliminating sticky plaque from teeth. They help in keeping your teeth clean after meals by alerting the saliva to help scrub stains on your teeth. The germs in your mouth are killed by the minerals that are present in the carrot and prevent tooth damage.

Healthy Lungs

Carrot juice helps fight cancer. Rugani Carrots

Carrots reduces the risk of lung cancer, colon cancer and breast cancer. In a 2011 study, carrot juice extract was shown to kill leukemia cells and restrict their progression. Carrots reduce the risk of  prostate cancer and helps in building the immune system.

Healthy Brain


We know that carrots have been known to be good for the eyes, now it turns out that they are good for the brain, too. The high levels of a compound called luteolin in carrots, reduces the inflammation caused in the brain and memory problems.


Snehal Mathias
Snehal Mathias
Snehal Mathias, an enthusiastic food lover and a traveler. Writes for entertainment, food, travel, fashion, beauty, health and lifestyle.