carrots are orange, they grow downward, and they are roots :)They are good for your eyes!
i would say carrots because they are good for the eyes and they don't have acid
yes and it helps your eye sight!
Yes. They produce vitamin C.
carrots are good for your eyes.
carrots orange things and glasses
carrots my mom would always tell me
It does contain vitamin A which is good for eyesight
yes, your body
Vitamin "a" is said to be good from foods like carrots.
Yes.It contain beta carotine which may be converted to carotinoids in the body which are essential for good vision.But excess carrots may produce toxicity.
Carrots have beta carotene which make vitamin A. They are good for your eyes.
Cooked carrots are supposed to be good for promoting eye health, and cold carrots are rich in vitamin k. Eating carrots in general is good for you, just don't over do it or you might end up with a slightly orange tint to your skin.
Carrots do not improve eyesight they only maintain it.They're good because they have lots of vitamin A in them. If you wanna get the full dosage of vitamin A, it's better to eat carrots with some kind of fat, like a dip sauce.
It has lots of vitamins and minerals, and example being Vitamin D. That old wives tale saying that if you eat carrots you can see in the dark, is actually based on the truth. Because of what is in carrots, they strengthen your eyes so that you can see better in the dark without straining your eyes.
Yes! greenbeans are really good for you. Any vegtable is good for you. Each vegtable is good for something in your body. Carrots are good for your eyes.
carrots can help your eyes and spinatch helps your eyes too.
they are really good for your eyes! buy a plant from home depo and then grow it in a garden
yes they contain beta carotene which protects your eyes and they help you see better.
Vitamin A is good for ones eyes. Vitamin A can be found in carrots, spinach, mango, papayas, eggs, and many other forms of food. Vitamin A is stored in your liver.
Yes, raw carrots are good.
Carrots are good for you, your dog . . . AND your horses!
Feed it carrots.