Carrots are plants in the coriander family that have underground tubers. It comes in a variety of colors including orange, red, yellow, white and purple. The underground bulbs and leaves are edible. But the head is popular and can be used as a food in a variety of ways, both raw, juiced, cooked or used to cook as a dessert. It may also be used as a drug.
Carrots are plants that are known to be rich in vitamins and nutrients that are beneficial to the body. Especially beta-carotene, found in many plants, vegetables, fruits and grains to be vitamin A and may act as an antioxidant. Eating carrots is believed to help in the treatment of cancer, diabetes, fibromyalgia. Including deficiencies in vitamin A, vitamin C and zinc. Carrots also contain dietary fiber believed to improve stomach and small intestine problems. And also stimulates the work of the excretory system as well. But how much evidence or medical evidence is there to confirm the role, benefits and safety of eating carrots in the treatment of these diseases?UFABET
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Vitamin A deficiency Normally, when eating carrots. The body can convert beta-carotene to vitamin A. Some research on eating a spoonful of carrot jam daily for 10 weeks found. That it improved growth rates in children with vitamin A deficiency. Another study has conducted on 100 grams of grated carrots daily for 60 days in pregnant women. Vitamin A levels have found to increase in some pregnant women who are at risk of vitamin A deficiency.