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What are the benefits of eating raw carrots daily?

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Raw carrots are filled with antioxidants (beta-carotene), are a rich source of vitamin A which improves vision and maintains eye health, and contain various other vitamins such as vitamin C, D, E and K, and minerals such as magnesium, potassium, and calcium. It is rich in fiber which cleanses your skin and reduces the risk of various heart diseases and stroke. Carrots also fight against cancer.

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Raw carrots are the best when it comes to having stronger bones because of its nutrition content.

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For the elderly I suggest you’ll have it in the form of juice rather biting that hard thing and breaking your tooth.

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