Many, of course, are aware of the beneficial properties of carrots since childhood. So what do we know? Carrots are rich in vitamin A, which is necessary for people with visual impairment. To meet the daily requirement for vitamin A, you need to eat only one medium-sized carrot.
Like any other vegetable, it contains many other useful minerals: iodine, magnesium, potassium, iron, etc.And it also has nicotinic and folic acids, which serve to maintain the secretory function of the intestine. Simply put: “So that the stomach is in order, eat carrots from our garden!” Continue reading