Here is advice: * Once children start eating something other than formula fruits and sweet veggies like carrots are the first things. All children need a balanced diet. * I wouldn't give them it more than once a day. That should be fine. * That orange color is not harmful. Don't let it bother you, it is a sign of a baby that gets plenty of beta-carotine from carrots, squash etc.
Carrots can be orange but not all orange vegetables can be carrots. Carrots are also root vegetables and oranges are a type of citrus that grows on trees.
Carrots are an orange coloured root crop, and much used as food.
The common carrot as seen everyday is orange. Carrots reflect orange light to the eyes from the carotene that they contain. There are also white, purple, yellow and red carrots. Orange carrots were first created and mass farmed by the Dutch in the 1600's.
Yes. Also, carrots are not originally orange.
carrots, orange bell peppers..
it was made when carrots were born oranges were born cause of the colour orange
Carotinemia. I know it sounds like a joke, but that really is the term.
No, but there are white carrots now. The ancestors of carrots had purple skins, with yellow or orange cores. Varieties in India had red skins with orange cores. Orange-skinned carrots were developed by Dutch breeders in the 1600's.
It all depends on size and how long you eat carrots. You actually turn orange but it's not as orange as the carrot. It's a faint orange. Probably if you do eat carrots daily you may be a bit more orange. But it all depends
no people don't turn orange from eating to much carrots because i eat carrots every day and i eat all of them and loads of them but i don't turn orange.