Dried Carrots

Dried carrots are quite rich in vitamins C, B1, B2, PP and especially provitamin A.
The chemical composition of dried carrots includes:

  • 14% water
  • 9.2% protein
  • 1.5% lipids
  • 48% sugar
  • 10.4% starch
  • 9.6% cellulose
  • 2% acid
  • 5.3% ash.

The energy value (calorie content) of dried carrots is 221 kcal.
100 g of dried carrots contains:

  • protein - 7.8 g
  • carbohydrates - 49.2 g
  • fat - 0.6 g
  • ash - 6.84 g
  • fiber - 23.6 g

Carrot is rich in nutrients, and in its dried form it retains up to 95% of its properties

Vitamins A and E are used in the treatment of seborrhea, increasing skin firmness and elasticity, reducing the overactivity of the sebaceous glands, helping to obtain an even tan.

Beta-carotene, found in dried carrots, has a beneficial effect on the function of the respiratory system. When entering the body, it will be converted into vitamin A - a compound especially important for women's health.

Dried carrots are very good for eyesight, strengthen the retina, help fight myopia and fatigue... Regular use of vegetables will increase vitality, stimulate regeneration and strengthen the immune system.


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