Ask the Experts: Nutrients in Carrot Peels; Lemon-Lime Soda; Canned Beans

Expert views on healthy eating.

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Q. Is it true that most of a carrot’s nutrients are in or just below the skin, so it shouldn’t be peeled?
A. Emily S. Mohn, PhD, and Elizabeth J. Johnson,

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