You can improve your vision and fight off certain cancers by eating more carrots. Let us show you how.
Steamed Carrots with Garlic-Ginger Butter
Carrots ARE good for your eyesight—it’s not just a myth. Carrots contain beta carotene, a pigment that converts vitamin A
in the body and helps improve vision. The beta carotene in carrots is also an antioxidant that can help reduce the risk of
certain cancers. In addition to the beta carotene, carrots are a good source of fiber, potassium and vitamin C.
Filled with toasted walnuts, shredded carrots, and all the spices found in carrot cake, these light buttermilk pancakes are
a guilt-free breakfast pleasure that provides disease-fighting vitamin A as well as heart-healthy and monounsaturated fat.
In this light version of a traditional carrot cake, the fat is reduced by using a decreased amount of butter, replacing some
of the whole eggs with egg whites, using less sugar, and substituting reduced-fat cream cheese for full-fat cheese in the