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Carrots may have high sugar content but it is also a very good blood sugar regulator (it’s a paradox I know). If you’re generally healthy without blood sugar problem, two or three medium-sized carrots daily would not cause any adverse effect (but diabetics should keep to just half a carrot a day).

Immune systems:  It does wonders for boosting the immune system by increasing the production and performance of white blood cells;  building resistant to various kinds of infections.

Nursing mothers:  Carrot juice helps enhance the quality and quantity of a mother’s breast milk.

Pregnancy:  Drinking carrot juice regularly during pregnancy, especially during the last few months, will reduce the chances of jaundice in baby.  No, you won’t get an orange baby!

Skin problems:  The high quality vitamin C and other rich nutrients in carrot juice efficiently nourish the skin, preventing dry skin, psoriasis and other skin blemishes.

Fertility:  One of the reasons for infertility is lack of nutrients and enzymes in your dietary.  Carrot juice taken regularly, is able to nourish your body back to fertility.

Congestion:  Carrot juice is very effective in dispelling mucus from the ear, nose and throat area, easing nasal congestion, sinusitis, phlegm and mucus in the throat and other similar disorders.

Constipation:  Take five parts of carrot juice with one part of spinach juice regularly to regulate chronic constipation problems.

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About Belles Food Exposed

Danielle Fiddy, raised in Sacramento, Ca as a kid my parents where what some call nutrition freaks, my mom made our bread daily and we didn't eat white flour or sugar. This is back before being healthy was cool! Now I am an adult and I get to learn how to do these things myself. I was diagnosed with PCOS at the age of 25, through trial and error I an finding my way to become as healthy as I can. This blog is my journey.

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