About Red Carrot
As the name implies, red carrots have a deep red or burnt orange color with a textured outer skin. The color of these carrots is due to lycopene, a compound that is also responsible for the red color of tomatoes and other fruits and vegetables. Red carrots have a mild herbaceous flavor that is balanced by a sweet flavor.
Nutritional Facts of Red Carrots
Calories 41, Water 88 percent, Protein 0.9 grams, Carbs 9.6 grams, Sugar 4.7 grams, Fiber 2.8 grams, Fat: 0.2 grams are the nutrition facts for two small-to-medium raw carrots.
Storage and uses of Red Carrots
Temporary Storage Carrots can be stored in the refrigerator for up to a month if stored properly. To prevent condensation from forming, wrap the carrots in a paper towel and place them in a bag in the refrigerator, or use a perforated plastic bag. They will rot if there is too much moisture.
Benefits of Red Carrot
Red carrots also have lycopene, which helps to prevent heart disease. They boost your immune system. Carrots contain vitamin C, which aids in the production of antibodies that protect the immune system. Vitamin C also aids in iron absorption and utilization, as well as infection prevention.
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