Whilst eating carrots can provide health benefits but unfortunately they won't help you see in the dark and they aren't a natural food source of rabbits. On the other had, one thing we do know is they can help you hear better!
For example, carrot juice is particularly high in beta-carotene, which you body used to produce Vitamin A aka. Retinol. This in turn is needed for a healthy cochlea - the organ of listening that contains touchy hair follicles inside our ears. As per “Human Biochemistry and Disease,” low levels of Vitamin A inside of your cochlea may add to listening to hearing loss and
tinnitus. Albeit not experimentally demonstrated, recounted proof proposes that Vitamin A supplements reduce the side effects of tinnitus.
On the other hand, poor blood flow to the ears contributes to hearing loss, and vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that removes harmful free-radicals from blood vessels, and is needed for collagen production and tissue repair. Carrot juice is also a sound source of vitamin C, and in addition Vitamin B-6, which is required for productive nerve transmission, useful when a loud noise hurts a portion of the nerve fibres in your ear.
Carrot juice likewise, contains some potassium, manganese, calcium, phosphorus, iron and sulphur, as per the “American Dietetic Association Complete Food and Nutrition Guide.” Minerals are required for the strength of the small bones inside of your ear and are vital to electrolyte parity, which is critical for the liquid inside of your cochlea. Of course carrots are only one part of a healthy diet and, as shown opposite, there are plenty of other foods available that are good for you and your hearing.
If you suspect that you or a family member is suffering from hearing loss get in contact with us, either by calling 0800 612 7978 or completing the form,
and we will carry out a free hearing assessment in one of our clinics or in the comfort of your own home.Not quite ready to see us just yet? Try our free online hearing test to check for yourself if you are experiencing hearing loss.