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I drink pure carrot juice all natural wht is tht good for?
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Holly Barth
General Practice
6 doctors agree
In brief: Vitamins!
Carrots are rich in vitamin a especially.
This is good for vision, especially night vision. Carrots have lots of other vitamins just not as high of concentrations as vitamin a.

In brief: Vitamins!
Carrots are rich in vitamin a especially.
This is good for vision, especially night vision. Carrots have lots of other vitamins just not as high of concentrations as vitamin a.
Holly Barth
Holly Barth
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Dr. Richard Bensinger
Ophthalmology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: The carrot producers
It takes a lot of carrots to get a glass of juice.
Mostly this is carotenoids which leads to vitamin a and deficiency of this vitamin in the typical usa diet is rare. You are doing no harm and if this is a substitute for high sugar, high fat foods that is a good trade off. But any vegetable that is juiced would do the same thing.

In brief: The carrot producers
It takes a lot of carrots to get a glass of juice.
Mostly this is carotenoids which leads to vitamin a and deficiency of this vitamin in the typical usa diet is rare. You are doing no harm and if this is a substitute for high sugar, high fat foods that is a good trade off. But any vegetable that is juiced would do the same thing.
Dr. Richard Bensinger
Dr. Richard Bensinger
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Dr. Richard Bensinger
Ophthalmology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Carrot industry
It takes a lot of carrots to get a glass of juice.
Mostly this is carotenoids which leads to vitamin a and deficiency of this vitamin in the typical usa diet is rare. You are doing no harm and if this is a substitute for high sugar, high fat foods that is a good trade off. But any vegetable that is juiced would do the same thing.

In brief: Carrot industry
It takes a lot of carrots to get a glass of juice.
Mostly this is carotenoids which leads to vitamin a and deficiency of this vitamin in the typical usa diet is rare. You are doing no harm and if this is a substitute for high sugar, high fat foods that is a good trade off. But any vegetable that is juiced would do the same thing.
Dr. Richard Bensinger
Dr. Richard Bensinger
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