Question by  Jenn (116)

What vitamins do you get from carrots?


Answer by  Dan3686 (969)

Carrots provide you with vitamin A, beta-carotine and a little bit of vitamin c. They also provide you with muich needed fibre.


Answer by  turkmeister77 (107)

Carrots are probably best known for being a good source of vitamin A, but they also contain vitamin E, calcium, phosphorus, and magnesium. They are a great source of antioxidants, and overall are an excellent choice for those looking for healthy snacks.


Answer by  Vintee (76)

Carrots are sources of vitamine A, which is very healthy for eyes, but this vitamine is good for hair and skin and plays important role in sight, growth and development.


Answer by  thattractorguy (2970)

Vitamin A is the most abundant one in a carrot. They are also rich in vitamin B6, C, E, and K.


Answer by  dtalk (428)

The largest amount vitamin carrots contain is vitamin A. Vitamin A is beneficial to eyesight and will prevent your eyes from developing conditions such as cataracts and astigmatism. Like any other food you will eat, eating too much is always bad, so do not eat too many carrots, vary your diet.

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