Are Carrots Good For Your Skin?

Carrots are good for the skin because of their high vitamin A and beta-carotene content. The U.S. Department of Agriculture reports that 1 cup provides 16,679 IUs of beta-carotene, which is equivalent to about 686 percent of the recommended daily dose for vitamin A. It’s important to understand the relationship of vitamin A to beta-carotene for general health reasons as well as for considerations regarding the condition of your skin.

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Are Carrots Good for the Skin?


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