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Carrots contain compounds that boost vision, prevent cognitive decline and more

6/29/2014 - The carrot is native to Europe and southwestern Asia, but has been cultivated worldwide for over 2,000 years. It bears a crunchy taproot that is usually orange in color, but can also be purple, red, white or yellow. These taproots are commonly incorporated into salads, cooked meals and even beverages. Carrots...

Surprising facts about carrots

10/16/2013 - Daucus carota subsp. sativus, commonly known as the carrot, is a vegetable that is naturally healthy, sweet and delicious. These taproots are filled with a lot of compounds that are good for the health, such as antioxidants, vitamin A, minerals and beta-carotenes. These crunchy roots are a common favorite...

What if I told you carrots cure cancer?

9/27/2013 - Ann Cameron, an author of 15 children's books, cured her Stage 4 cancer with carrot juice only. She states, "I believe from personal experience that carrots can cure cancer - and rapidly, without chemotherapy, radiation, or other dietary changes." On June 6, 2012, Ann had surgery for Stage 3 colon...

Prevent heart attacks by eating more carrots, sweet potato, and tomatoes

1/9/2013 - A Finnish medical study conducted in the Kuopio region of Finland, the Kuopio Ischaemic* Heart Disease Risk Factor (KIHD), was conducted by the University of Eastern Finland in Kuopio and reported in the European Journal of Public Health December of 2012. * (ischaemic - lacking blood) The study took...

Discover the health benefits of juicing carrots

12/29/2011 - Juicing is the fast track to good health. Using organic vegetables for juicing allows you to take in more vegetables at one time than you would by eating raw or cooked vegetables. The concentrated vegetable mass in liquid form is easily assimilated, thus making juicing daily ideal for health problems. The...

The death cry of a carrot - If carrots are not dead when you pick them out of the ground, when are they dead?

8/10/2011 - When do carrots die? Apparently not in the way most of us thought. Carrots don't die when you pull them out of the ground, but in fact only die when ingested in the stomach, cooked to 60c in hot water or left out to rot. This startling discovery has serious consequences not only for vegetarians, but...

Discover the health benefits of eating purple carrots

12/8/2010 - Carrots provide a lot more nutritional and medicinal value than we realise. The purple carrot is a lot less widely known than its orange relation, yet it offers just as many, if not more, benefits than the orange variety. Purple carrots are even higher in antioxidants than orange carrots, and they...

There is nothing innocent about these baby carrots

11/4/2010 - A multi-million dollar campaign, launched last month by carrot farmers, is aimed at reinventing the image of baby carrots. The unassuming vegetable's extreme makeover will include new "junk food" packaging and flashy ads targeting a younger demographic. Unfortunately, these so-called carrots are covered...

Carrots and cruciferous vegetables prevent breast cancer

10/23/2010 - It is safe to assume that most people are aware of breast cancer's existence, but many lack practical knowledge about how to go about preventing it through nutrition. However, a new study out of Boston University adds to the growing body of literature about the anti-cancer properties of vegetables,...

Carrots going into space to help nourish astronauts with phytonutrients

11/14/2009 - NASA has announced there's evidence of frozen water on Mars and the moon, raising hopes humans will eventually explore and colonize those and other neighbors in our solar system and beyond. Already, astronauts live for long periods aboard the International Space Station. And, like their earth-bound...

Don't Chop Your Carrots Until After Cooking (Or Better Yet, Just Eat Them Raw)

11/12/2009 - Carrots may contain 25 percent more cancer-fighting power when they are cooked whole and then chopped, rather than being chopped up before cooking, according to a study conducted by researchers from Newcastle University. Carrots are known to contain a number of important nutrients, including fiber,...

Purple Carrots in High Demand as Natural Food Coloring

8/15/2009 - Producers of purple carrots are anticipating a massive surge in demand as consumers and governments become increasingly wary of artificial food colorings. For decades, food producers have used petroleum-based dyes to give their products bright colors, sometimes reminiscent of the flavors the food...

Carrots Cut Cancer Risk by a Third

4/10/2008 - Carrots are one of the most popular vegetables because they are easy to grow throughout the year in many climates, they can be eaten in a variety of ways, and they are incredibly delicious. This favorite superfood is one of the best vegetables for snacking and dipping, and their bright orange color...

Carrots really do help you see in the dark; beta-carotene-rich foods help prevent a variety of eye ailments

9/8/2006 - Your mother always told you eating carrots would help you see better, but did she ever tell you why? No, this wasn't just a trick to get you to eat your vegetables. It turns out carrots really do give your eyes a boost because they contain beta-carotene, which the body is able to convert into vitamin...

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