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This sweet, crunchy root contains more carotenoids, the antioxidants that give carrots their yellow-orange pigment, than any other veggie. That helps explain why they’re so good for you: Carotenoids may protect against certain types of cancer, heart disease, and cataracts.


What’s more, beta-carotene is converted by the body into vitamin A, essential for healthy skin and a strong immune system. Other virtues of carrots: soluble fiber, vitamin C, and bone-strengthening calcium.

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