1. Good for the skin

The carrot is rich in beta-carotene. A powerful antioxidant, beta-carotene slows ageing and improves the condition of the skin. In addition, it promotes healing.

 2. Against diseases

Rich in antioxidants, the carrot would reduce bad cholesterol, protect the lungs and the heart against cardiovascular disease and certain cancers. Rich in vitamins, it also participates in the production of red blood cells which supply oxygen to all the cells of the body.

 3. Good for the line

Extremely rich in vitamins, the carrot is an undeniable slimming ally. Cooked or raw, you only have to count 33 kilocalories per 100g. You can even afford to accompany your carrots with a knob of butter!

 4. Good for the view

And especially for night vision. Rich in vitamin A, essential for vision, carrots can reduce the risk of degeneration and cataracts. Also rich in rhodopsin, it allows us to see in low light conditions.

 5. Good for the liver

By providing the body with a dose of natural sugar, the carrot regenerates the liver. Eating raw carrots provides enzymes that will take care of your digestive system. Vitamins A, B, C and E, as well as the minerals they are full of, are a health asset because they help your liver to function well.

 6. Good for bones

Thanks to its impressive vitamin A level combined with its high phosphorus level, the carrot strengthens bones and teeth.

 7. To face the sun

The carrot strengthens our resistance to ultraviolet light. What allowed us to have a nice complexion and extend our tan!

 8. Allows you to have beautiful hair

Also, thanks to this vitamin B5 content, eating carrots also makes it possible to have beautiful, more elastic hair, and to help counter hair loss and the appearance of white hair.

 9. Protects from Alzheimer's disease

The carotenoid and luteolin, the pigments found in this vegetable, can reduce memory deficits and strengthen the brain. In the long term, this contributes to reducing the risk of contracting Alzheimer's disease.


 10. Ideal for the stomach

Carrot juices are good for healing the stomach. If you are prone to stomach ulcers, think about it! It's time to eat carrots.