Can you eat carrots every day?

Carrots are healthy if consumed in moderation. Carotenemia, on the other hand, is a disease that can result from eating too much carrots. 

This is used to describe a yellowish tint of the skin caused by the buildup of a chemical called beta-carotene, which is found in carrots. Those with

lighter skin tones might more easily see this shift in skin tone. Traditionally, thicker skin parts like the elbows, knees, palms, soles, and

folds around the nose (nasolabial folds) are where the yellowish discoloration first appears. More and more skin regions begin to turn

yellow as the affected individual consumes more foods high in beta-carotene, such as carrots, mangoes, apricots, apples, and

pumpkins. Infants and little children are particularly susceptible since they typically eat these meals as purees. 

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