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  • Moderate Salicylate/100g
  • Low Salicylate < 1/4 cup
  • High Salicylate > 1.5 cup (200g)
  • Low Amine

Carrots are an excellent source of vitamin A in the form of beta carotene. They are also a good source of several B vitamins, Lutein, and also vitamin K and potassium.

Carrots are good for your eyes.

Lutein and beta carotene are antioxidants that benefit eye health and protect against age-related degenerative eye diseases. Your body converts beta carotene into vitamin A, a nutrient that helps you see in the dark.

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