Farm-fresh carrots are a winter delicacy. Here are 7 reasons to eat carrots in winter.
Vitamins A and C in carrots combat infections and increase immunity in winter.
The holidays can cause weight gain, but carrots' nutritional fiber makes meals filling.
Carrots' vitamin C fights seasonal flu. It strengthens your immune system to winter colds and flu.
Carrots moisturize winter skin. Protects against chapped and rough skin.
Carrots are good for your eyes; have you seen a rabbit with glasses? Carrots' beta-carotene content improves vision, joking aside.
Carrots are water-rich. Winter makes one less thirsty, so consume water-rich vegetables and fruits.
Carrots are rich in flavor and can be used in many cuisines, especially in winter when people need to eat well.