Despite its amazing benefits… these people are strictly prohibited from eating...

Despite its amazing benefits… these people are strictly prohibited from eating...
Despite its amazing benefits… these people are strictly prohibited from eating...

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Carrots are one of the most popular root vegetables in the world, for their many benefits, healing properties, and sweet and savory taste.

And Dr. Mikhail Ginsburg, a Russian nutrition expert, stresses that carrots improve the work of the kidneys, liver and digestive system in general. Like other root vegetables, it stimulates the secretion of juices and bile and is a diuretic. It is rich in potassium, which helps to increase the amount of urine, and this is important in the case of pyelonephritis and other kidney diseases. Carrots are also high in vitamin A, and it has been observed that people who are deficient in this vitamin suffer from kidney stones and develop pyelonephritis.

The second benefit of carrots, is the prevention of malignant tumors. Because beta-carotene, which is abundant in carrots, is an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory, reduces DNA damage and helps restore damaged parts. Therefore, eating carrots daily and regularly, actually reduces the risk of many types of cancer, such as colon cancer, breast cancer and prostate cancer.

In addition to these properties, carrots enhance the immune system in the body, because the antioxidants and beta-carotene present in them protect immune cells, especially T-lymphocytes and macrophages, from damage, and they become more resistant, which strengthens the immune system.

And the doctor adds, few know that carrots reduce the risk of stroke. It also reduces the risk of atherosclerosis and slows its development. This means that it prevents the occurrence of stroke, myocardial infarction and other vascular diseases. The results of scientific studies have shown that carrots lower the level of cholesterol in the blood, as eating 200 grams of carrots daily within a few weeks reduces the level of “bad” cholesterol by 11%.

While Dr. Olga Korabliova, a Russian nutrition expert, confirmed that it is not recommended for those who suffer from liver problems, stomach ulcers and inflammation of the intestine, to eat carrots.

In an interview with the Russian RIA Novosti news agency, the expert points out that carrots are beneficial for the skin, heart and blood vessels, and help lose excess weight, but it is not recommended to eat them when there are liver problems.

“If there are health problems in the liver, it will not be able to absorb the carotene. Other health problems that prevent eating carrots – ulcers of the stomach or intestines as well as inflammation of the walls of the small intestine,” she says.

And she adds, “When choosing carrots, they should not be soft and not smooth and have spots and cracks, because these signs indicate that the core is damaged.”

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