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June 17, 2009

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Thomas

I was surprised to read that carrots are more nutritious cooked that raw. It is not that they contain more nutrients, it is that the nutrients are more available after the cell walls have been broken by cooking.
However I am sure there is a lot to be said for the for the regular exercise that the immune system gets from chomping on carrots that have been cleaned on an old shirt or dew covered grass.

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