We all know that eating our vegetables is important, but sometimes doing that can be difficult because making vegetables tasty is a difficult task to accomplish.
Baby carrots are one of the most popular vegetables in the United States today. They are small, easy, fun, especially for kids.
Many people think that baby carrots are a special type of carrot that is small that has been genetically modified, but there is much more to a baby carrot that you may know. It’s important to know where your food comes from. Do you know how baby carrots are made?
Knowing where your food comes from is important, and this is no exception. Few people actually know how baby carrots are made and where they come from.
Baby carrots were invented in 1986. A farmer realized he was throwing away too many carrots that didn’t grow long enough. What did he do? He took all of his deformed or ill looking carrots, peeled them, and shaved them down to a small size and called them baby carrots.
However, baby carrots are not just cleaned and packaged. They are given a chlorine bath because so many germs get on the equipment that shave and cut them.
Eating any type of food that is doused in chemicals is not a good idea despite tasting the same as regular carrots, and eating carrots is very good for you!
A serving of carrots which is equal to one medium carrot of about 1/2 cup of chopped carrot will give you the following list of vitamins for the day.
210% daily dosage of vitamin A
10% vitamin K
6% vitamin C
You can also use carrot seed oil to cook with. It contains potassium, vitamin B6, copper, folic acid, thiamine, and magnesium. Be careful if you buy a bunch of carrots though, because they have more sugar in them than any other vegetable.
Carrots are packed with antioxidants which help prevent cancer, and falcarinol which is a natural toxin which protects against fungal diseases.
Carrots help your brain health by offering memory improvement, and liver protection. They help protect your liver from the toxic effects from chemicals that we find in our every day lives.
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