Benefits of carrot 

Carrot is one of the foods that will boost the immune system of your baby. In addition to its Vitamin A, green bean contains Vitamin C, potassium, Vitamin B6, magnesium, iron, sodium and calcium. Also it is easy to digest it.  If you have fruit press you may prepare carrot juice for your babies and even mix carrot with fruits of the season. Trust us, your babies will love it. Even though its pulp is disposed, carrot juice still has high nutritional value. Click here for our delicious carrot recipes.

Also during breast feeding you should eat carrot yourself. Benefits of carrot is good not just for little gourmets but it's also known for its effect of increasing breast milk production.  
Keep in mind 
The healthiest method to cook carrot is to steam it. This way, you won't lose the beta carotene in it. 
Before using carrot in puree, you should peel it off finely. Just like this is true for many foods, it may be hard for your baby to digest the skin of the carrot. If you don't like peeling it, you may brush your carrots under water with a veggie brush. This way, you will get rid of the pesticide on it to a large extent. 
Check whether there are white fuzz on carrot like hair strands. If there are, it means the carrots have been waiting there for some time. And sometimes, you may see sprouts on the top of the carrot. Both show that carrots are not very fresh. Try to pick carrot that are hard, not loose and without sprouts and white fuzz. 
As you can guess the best place to store carrots is the fridge. 
Just like spinach and beet, carrot also contains  nitrate . For this reason, you should definitely avoid these foods until month 6.  
Nutritional value per 1 cup of (128 gram) carrot;

Vitamin A 21383 IU
Vitamin C  7.6 mg
Vitamin K 16.9 mcg
Folate 24.3 mcg
Calcium 42.2 mg
Magnesium 15.4 mg
Phosphor 44.8 mg
Potassium 410 mg
Sodium 88.3 mg
Omega 3 - 2.6 mg
Omega 6-147 mg                                                  
Calorie 52
Sugar 6 g
Protein 1 g
Fiber 4 g