Minerals can be depleted in our bodies, and drinking carrot juice can help to replenish them. Carrots are a good source of vitamin A, which aids in preventing cell damage, regenerating skin cells, and reducing wrinkle formation. Carrots also contain beta-carotene which is converted in the body into vitamin A.
A lack of vitamin C may also contribute to wrinkles by making collagen less effective as a protein used for skin elasticity. Carrots contain a good amount of vitamin C.
B-complex vitamins are beneficial for cell regeneration and energy production; they assist the body in producing collagen and elastin, which are necessary for skin elasticity. B-complex vitamins also help metabolism, so carrot juice can be used as a dieter’s aid.
Carrots contain trace amounts of minerals including iron, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, sodium and potassium. Minerals such as iron and calcium build cell walls, create hormones, and assist in maintaining healthy bones.
Vitamin A is a fat soluble vitamin found naturally in many foods; it is also known as retinol and provitamin A. Retinol is a key ingredient in the formation of collagen. Vitamin A is needed for proper vision, immune system response, growth, and development of cells that cover the skin (keratinocytes), strengthening tissues (collagen), and keeping the skin smooth and soft.
Try this recipe! Thirteen 12 oz bottles
Five 10 oz bottles
One ☝🏾 16 oz bottle
Always store your juice in glass bottles!