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Carrots, Colored


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Beautiful colors, wonderful flavor and fantastic nutritional value.  These beautiful carrots are a great way to introduce more nutrition into your family's diets.

Available by the Bunch of 4-5

Nutritional Benefits

According to Dr. Axe

Carrots are considered to be one of the most important cultivated vegetable crops in history and the most popular root vegetable worldwide. Whether they are eaten raw, cooked or as carrot juice, people from nearly every culture have consumed carrots — in their many forms — throughout history.

They get their orange color from antioxidants called carotenoids. One of these carotenoids is beta-carotene, a precursor to active vitamin A that is responsible for many of the carrot and carrot juice benefits that we know about today.

What are the benefits of eating carrots? Many studies have shown that beta-carotene is crucial for improving immunity in the body, protecting skin and eye health, and fighting free radical damage that can cause various forms of chronic diseases, such as cancer and heart disease.

They have a wealth of valuable nutrition, and when you juice them you get a concentrated dose of their healing power. Reducing cholesterol and triglycerides, relieving congestion and constipation, and protecting eyesight and skin health are some of the many benefits attributed to drinking carrot juice.

  1. Protects Eye Health
  2. High Source of Antioxidants (Especially Carotenoids/Beta-Carotene)
  3. Decreases Risk for Heart Disease and Stroke
  4. Helps Protect Against Cancer
  5. Important for Maintaining Oral Health
  6. Boosts Skin Health and Wound Healing
  7. Protects Brain Health and Cognitive Function
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Proper Storage

Remove the green tops from the carrots before storing them (and use separately).   Your carrots can be stored unwashed and unpeeled in a sealed plastic bag for 2-3 weeks.  Another option is to peel, rinse and slice your carrots, then store them in a container filled with water and placed in your refrigerator.  This provides fresh crisp carrot snacks anytime you want.

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