Purple Carrot


Main properties of the Purple Carrot

Purple carrots are rich in calcium in an easily digestible form which helps bone formation and growth. Calcium is essential for bones and teeth.

New mothers are advised to consume purple carrots themselves as it clearly improves the quality of breast milk.
Powerful antioxidant: this property is due to the fact that the purple carrot is rich in anthocyanins which have a beneficial effect on health.

Anti-carcinogenic properties: the lutein contained in purple carrots is a valuable aid in the protection against cancer.

Anti-inflammatory properties: the purple carrot is an excellent natural anti-inflammatory reducing the symptoms of various diseases such as asthma and rheumatoid arthritis.

Protects eyes and vision: Anthocyanins have been found to be really beneficial in improving vision in several ways. They have a role in increasing blood circulation, improve night vision and also fight macular degeneration. In addition to anthocyanins it also contains lutein which guarantees these properties. Lutein is also known as the eye vitamin.

It guarantees good vascular health: these carrots reduce both the problems deriving from poor venous circulation and with daily consumption, the most common and hated varicose veins.

Its protective properties and benefits for the liver have been demonstrated.

Antiseptic, antiviral and anti-myotic properties: the purple carrot is ideal in fighting all types of bacteria and viral diseases such as flu, colds, gastroenteritis, urinary tract infections.

Helps Prevent Heart Disease: Purple carrots are rich in antioxidants and vitamin A, the first form of defense against free radicals.

Reduces bad cholesterol: These carrots contain vitamins A, B, E and C in addition to calcium pectate. These elements allow to reduce the levels of cholesterol in the blood
Nourishment for skin and hair: beta-carotene is an antioxidant found in all types of carrots. It is known to strengthen nails, hair and can give brightness to the skin.