Carrots are packed with Vitamin A. Providing 428% of the daily recommended value in just 128g.
They contain beta-carotene, an antioxidant that gives carrots their vibrant orange color and could help in cancer prevention.
Another study showed that eating carrots may reduce the risk of lung cancer in smokers as well. Compared to those who ate carrots at least once a week, smokers who did not eat carrots had a three times greater risk of developing lung cancer.