Carrots are not fattening. They can help people lose weight naturally and healthily. Carrots can satiate one's appetite with less calories but with adequate nutrients that the body needs.
Carrots have respectable amounts of fiber in them to fight the accumulation of fat. Half of its fiber content is soluble fiber calcium, which lowers blood-cholesterol levels. Carrots can also serve as an alternative to fat. Carrots can be used instead of cream (which contains fat) as a thickener in soups, sauces, casseroles and quick breads. Aside from being a fat-fighting food, carrots also contain a high level of beta-carotene, which contributes to healthy eyes and helps prevent cancers of the stomach, cervix, uterus and the oral cavity. Carrots also contain antioxidants to reduce the risk of heart disease.