Carrots are low-calorie, almost fat-free foods, very rich in substances useful for the body. On the other hand, carrot can be a perfect way to have fun. There is a collection of carrot coloring pictures below. So check this out.
The carrot is a spontaneous herbaceous plant. The origin is probably to be attributed to the central Asian continent (Afghanistan).
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Carrots was cultivated in Europe for therapeutic purposes already by the Greeks, even if evidence confirms its use even in periods before Christ.
There are many varieties of carrots that differ primarily in color: red, yellow, white, black, and orange. In this article, we will discuss the most common ones, the traditional orange ones, which in turn differ according to the length of the root.
Carrots play a fundamental role in the balance and protection of the stomach: the carrot strengthens and waterproofs the stomach walls defending it from harmful microorganisms.
The ideal way to obtain the best results is to take carrots in the form of a centrifuge or to eat well-cooked carrots as they can better absorb the excess acidity present in the stomach, favoring digestion and improving the state of inflammation due to gastritis.
In the case of ulcers, it has been shown that a diet rich in carrots promotes the healing of ulcerative wounds.
Carrot juice is an excellent balancer of the intestinal flora and is used in infections and toxins of this organ, in convalescence, after prolonged intake of antibiotics or chemical drugs. It is also a powerful remineralized.
Carrots contain particular fibers, which absorb much more water than bran, for example, they are therefore indicated both in case of dysentery (because they absorb a lot of water) and in case of constipation (because they increase the volume of feces).
Eating carrots helps our body to tone the liver and regenerate its cells. They are often used for indigestion, colic, liver congestion, cirrhosis. It is considered good after an acute phase of hepatitis, a violent biliary attack, or drug poisoning.
All those people who have vision problems, particularly during twilight or night vision, may have vitamin A deficiency: by eating carrots, the disorder has been shown to improve.
Besides, a study conducted on the Finnish population aged between 40 and 83 years has shown that a deficiency of vitamin A and beta-carotene increases the risk of cataracts.