Carrots in Your Diet Combat Cancer

Carrots are of course known to be good for your eyesight.
Doctors also state that including carrots in your diet can lower the risk of developing cancer, the UK’s leading fatal disease.
Vegetables, including carrots, are full of carotenoids, which scientists say help combat disease.
Pumpkins, sweet potatoes and winter squashes are also full of carotenoids.
Anti-oxidants are also to be found in dark-green vegetables like green beans, broccoli, and green peas, and could help fight off lung cancer.
Chronic diseases such as cancer and heart disease are caused by oxygen-related damage to DNA, fats and proteins .
Carotenoids including alpha-carotene, beta-carotene and lycopene produced by plants and micro-organisms behave as antioxidants and counterbalance this damage.

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