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The Power and Goodness - what carrots can do for you

Vitamin A

Carrots fresh from the veggie patch are a real delight for the eyes. Apart from the excellent supply of vitamin A, fresh Carrots provide an abundance of nearly all life supporting nutrients. Carrots are the best vegetable source of vitamin A; they supply 11,000-mg. Per 100 grams. Freshly extracted carrot juice is one of the best natural medicines available for preventions from colds and viruses. Whenever you see the chance to have some cool Carrot juice, take it and you will promote your natural resistance to germs and infection. The vitamin A content of Carrot is in the form of Carotene, a substance that the body converts into the form vitamin A. Regular intake of freshly made Carrot juice is one of the best remedies for teenage acne. The combination of vitamin A & C and the mineral silicon gives Carrots their remarkable ability to promote good eyesight, even in dim lighting. If you don’t like the taste of Carrots, try a cool Carrot Juice!


Carrots are a very good source of the main cleansing mineral Sulphur. Sulphur is also one main component of Insulin, the hormone that is essential for the conversion of carbohydrates into energy. A cool Carrot juice will promote clear skin condition due to the abundance of cleansing minerals.  Sulphur foods promote a cleansing and antiseptic effect on the digestive system and bloodstream.

Calcium – Phosphorus – Magnesium

Carrots are a very good source of three major minerals: Calcium, Phosphorus and Magnesium work together to build strong bones and a healthy nervous system. Calcium is essential for healthy heart muscles and regulation of the heartbeat. Phosphorus is essential for healthy skin, hair and nerves. The vital Magnesium content of fresh Carrots is most beneficial for mental development, digestion of fats and the metabolism of such nutrients as: Calcium, Phosphorus, Sodium, Potassium, B Complex vitamins and C & E. Magnesium is essential for the production of energy from carbohydrates. Alcohol consumption destroys Magnesium.
Vitamin E
Carrots are also a good vegetable source of vitamin E, the muscle vitamin. Vitamin E foods increase the efficiency of the entire muscular system by promoting efficient use of Oxygen. Vitamin E also assists the transportation of blood by dilation of blood vessels thereby helping your blood to travel to all parts of the body.


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