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Carrot Facts - Your Information Guide

Eating Carrots

This section is all about eating carrots. It includes guides on how best to eat them, in order to get the most nutrition. Carrots are rich in antioxidants which help protect the body from free radicals, fight disease, and are packed full of vitamins and minerals too. Specifically, Carrots are high in vitamin A (beta-carotene), folate, potassium, and dietary fiber.  

The World Health Organization recommends eating at least five portions of fruit per day and you can’t go wrong with making Carrots one of those portions.  Check out my informational posts below.

Cooking with Carrots

Carrots are so diverse that you’ll find them in a host of recipes the world over, often referred to as one part of the holy trinity of cooking. Whilst cooking carrots does tend to reduce their nutritional value that is offset by how great some dishes taste.  Carrot cake anyone?  

Get some of my best carrot recipes and cooking guides in the section below.

Nutritional Benefits of Carrots

Carrots have a wealth of health benefits and include not only a host of vitamins and minerals but antioxidants that help fight against free radicals, lower your risk of cancer, improve heart health and also alleviate constipation.

And as is commonly known they help improve your eyesight which is due to the high beta-carotene content.  Although they won’t make you see in the dark!

Have a look through my section below and dig deeper into my carrot based nutrition guides.

Info Guide's For Carrots

In the sections above we’ve covered various guides on eating and cooking with carrots, to their nutritional profile and in this section below you’ll find much more general carrot facts and information.   I hope you find some value, and start to include carrots as part of your daily diet routine.

Chris Watson

Chris Watson

I'm a food and wellbeing enthusiast researching and sharing foodstuffs and simple food-based concepts, such as fasting and clean eating. I hope it inspires you to make tiny changes to what you eat and when you eat while optimizing your healthspan and all-around well-being.