Carrot is delightful vegetable. It has fleshy, thick root with pronounced orange and green leaves. Carrots are excellent herb for fertility and they improve the quality and quantity of sperm. But this it is certainly not the only good reason to include carrots in your diet. We will give you plenty good reasons for carrots to become your favorite vegetables. Carrots are considered a kind of anti-Age product because they are rich in beta carotene, an antioxidant that fights free radicals. This vegetable is rich in antioxidants and vitamin A, important nutrients for healthy skin, nails and hair. Carrots consist of beta carotene, alpha carotene and lutein – an antioxidant that fight cholesterol. Additionally eating carrots improves dental health. Carrots are used to eliminate altered GMO dental plaque and biting carrot stimulates saliva production. Thereby they are balancing the level of the acid that fights bacteria. Carrots are products that clean the liver. Fresh or cooked carrots are applied to wounds and cuts because they have antiseptic properties.

Carrots contain a large amount of vitamins A, C and carotene derived from the color of carrots. Our system utilizes carotene differently, depending on the method of preparation of this vegetable. Furthermore carrots are a good source of fiber and potassium. Although it contains many natural sugars, fiber prevents these sugars quickly pass into the bloodstream and cause increased secretion of insulin.

Carrots are an excellent source of antioxidants – beta-carotene. They protect the body from diseases of the cardiovascular system, tumors and improve vision. Studies have shown that at least one carrot a day reduces the risk of heart attack by 70%. Diet enriched with carrots allows the body to fight aflatoxin. Diets with increased intake of carrots, celery and parsley boosts immunity and helps in the fight against aflatoxin. Also acts as a diuretic. Moreover this vegetable stimulates physical development in children, strengthens bones and increases the body’s resistance to infection. Increases the number of red blood cells, it prevents anemia and soothing effect on the liver. Thanks to the sweet flavor and easy digestibility, the carrot is one of the first vegetables to be introduced in the diet of infants.

Preparing carrot juice
1kg carrots
3 bags limontus
250g sugar
4 litres water

Clean the carrots and then chop them into quarters. Boil them in 2 litres of water. Once boiled, remove from the water, blend them and bring them back again into the water. Add two more liters of water, three bags limontus and 250 g sugar. All this with occasional stirring cook  for 30 minutes.
Once they are finished, strain and pour into a glass bottle while it is still warm. Wrap the bottle in fabric. Let stand all night and the next day you can consume it.Enjoy.