Top 6 amazing benefits and uses of carrot

Carrots are good for skin, hair, and heart health. It is full of vital nutrients such as beta carotene, potassium, fiber, etc. Carrots are considered to improve eye health, reduces bad cholesterol, and help in reducing weight

Carrot is an easily available vegetable most of the time and especially in winter. Eating carrots is especially known for increasing eyesight. This vegetable can be made a part of your diet in many ways. From salads to salan, it can be included in various dishes. You can get in numerous health benefits in winters by having carrot juice as a part of your diet instead of other juices. 

Improves eye health - Carrot juice is rich in vitamins which are essential for eye health. The nutritious elements present in carrots play a vital role in maintaining healthy eyes. Therefore, you can add carrot juice to your diet for its best result. Although experts forbid its excessive use.

Helps to control blood sugar levels - Carrots have a low GOI score, which proves to help control black sugar levels. Diabetic patients can drink carrot juice for a healthy level of blood sugar in the body. Drinking carrot juice can very well help diabetic patient to control their sugar level.

Good for heart health - Drinking carrot juice is also beneficial for heart health. The potassium present in vegetables proves to help control blood pressure and increase overall heart health. The antioxidants present in carrot juice also reduce oxidative stress.

Helps in weight loss - Carrot is rich in fiber and keeps you full for a longer time. Carrot juice is a low-calorie drink, thus drinking it helps in reducing weight.

Boosts immune system – Vitamin C and antioxidant-rich carrots help boosts your immune system so your body can fight infections.

Good for skin – The presence of vitamin C in carrot juice help to heal and rejuvenate skin. It improves skin conditions like rashes and psoriasis. The beta carotene in carrots also fights skin inflammation.

Nutrition value – 100 gm of raw carrot contains

Carbohydrate – 9.8 g

Protein – 0.8 g

Sugar – 4.9 g

Water – 90%

Fiber – 2.7 g

Saturated fat – 0.03 g

Polyunsaturated fat – 0.11 g

Monounsaturated fat – 0.02 g

Calories - 40

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Renu Gupta

With a background in Pharmacy which is the clinical health science that links medical science with chemistry, I had the desire to mix creativity to these fields. Medicircle provides me an avenue to apply my training in science and interest in creativity together.

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