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Eating carrots helps the body get Vitamin A, potassium, and antioxidants which protect against night blindness which is common in India.

A study published on ResearchGate and a detail report provided by the Oxford Academic Website confirms the claim.

A study published on ResearchGate and a detail report provided by the Oxford Academic Website confirms the claim.According to the study published by the Research Gate, carrot contains a high amount of provitamin A, Potassium and magnesium, and it also contains vitamins which act as antioxidants and anticarcinogens.

According to a website 'Carrot Museum', Carrot has remarkable nutritional and health benefits in human diets. They are enriched with carotenoids, phenolic compounds, polyacetylenes, and vitamins, they help to reduce the risk of some diseases which include night Blindness.

According to the Oxford Academic website, Vitamin A Deficiency (VAD) is more common in developing countries like India which leads to night blindness.

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