Tiwa Savage, Olamide, Burna boy, Falz Light Up Eko Atlantic at Born In Africa Festival

Livespot & Access Bank celebrated the maiden edition of the Born in Africa Festival (BAFEST). The festival which held at the Eko Atlantic City on December 16, 2018, had over 25,000 people in attendance. Social media has been abuzz with tweets and pictures from fans at the venue. Over 300,000 tweets and Instagram posts were shared between 12 noon on Sunday 16th and 4am on Monday 17th reaching over 3 Million individuals with the #BAFEST2018 and #BorninAfricaFest hashtags. Thousands of fun lovers trouped into the venue of the festival in grand style. Art lovers admired the artworks exhibited by some of Africa ’s most talented visual artists; Uche Edochie, Ibe Ananaba, Isaac Emokpae, and Tolu Aliki.

 

The mini Access Bank runway also afforded fashion lovers the opportunity to walk on the runway, take pictures, admire beautiful dresses and attires displayed by designers like Torlowei, Tiffany Amber, Blingshiki and David Tlale. About 20 intriguing movies were screened, film lovers sat comfortably in the screening room, patiently watching movies being screened, with much applause and accolades for the producers.

 

BAFEST2018 was a great avenue for networking as friends reconnected and family bonded over food, drinks,, games, exhibitions and much more. Food vendors also had a swell day attending to numerous customers.

 

 

 

Tiwa Savage, Olamide, Burna Boy, Falz Light Up Eko Atlantic at Born In Africa Festival

 

The infusion of music to fashion made the Born In Africa Festival, music certainly meets runway, Falz The Bahd Guy opened the show with classic performances from his hit songs. Other artistes lined up for the show also brought their A-game to the stage with so much energy. There was so much love for Olamide, Kizz Daniel, Yemi Alade, Congo’s finest Awilo Longomba, Tiwa Savage, Dbanj brought us from the past to present with his catchy live performances, In true African spirit, the audience at BAFEST showed so much love for South Africa’s finest poet and rapper, Sho Madjozi, she brought the roof down with her hit singles, Huku and Wakanda Forever. Burna boy closed the show in a grand style.

 

One of the best performances of the night was the suspended drummers in the air, the performance was soul lifting the crowd asked to see it again. MCs of the festival, Shody The Hypeman and d2Dotun did a fantastic job getting the crowd engaged from the very beginning of the show till the end.

 

DJ Crowd Kontroller was on the wheels  of steels.

See Top Five Richest Earners In The Nigeria Music Industry 2018

Hello Guys,

We brought to you the Top 5 highest earner in the Nigerian Music Industry for the year 2018.

NOTE:- This is not a list of Richest Nigerian artiste, rather a list of who made more money in 2018 as a calendar year.

The position of each acts is as a result of their sold out shows, their performance, album or singles copies sold and other financial embodied factors.

So stay with us as we bring you the highest earners in the Nigerian music industry in 2018;

1. Wizkid

In 2018,Wizkid  joined the list of highest paid artists in the world following his performance at a royal wedding in India.

He was reported to have been paid 50 million rupees (N245.9 Million) for a live performance.

Standard performance fee stands at N10-15 million.

2. Davido

Only in 2018,  Davido announced that his hit songs “If” and “Fall” had gone diamond and platinum in sales respectively, that’s over 2million copies sold online.

Davido who was signed to Sony’s RCARecords in 2016, made his announcement when he was at Sony Music Entertainment office in the United States of America in February 2018.

Standard performance fee stands at N10-15 million.

3. Burna Boy

This year has definitely been a great year for Burner boy  not just serving hits back to back but also shutting down concerts.

Earlier this year during his ‘Life On The Outside ‘ tour, his headline concert at the Brixton Academy O2 arena in London was sold out. The arena has a capacity of about 4,921.

Standard performance fee stands at N6-10 million.

4. Tiwa Savage

2018 has arguably been Tiwa Savage best year as she won MTV’s Best African Act.

She clinched the award after beating Nigerian singer Davido, and other African acts.

Standard performance fee stands at N6-10 million.

5. D’banj

D’banj was one of the headliners at the prestigious ‘Global Citizen Festival’ in Johannesburg, South Africa in 2018.

This further cements his place as one of Africa’s biggest exports.

Standard performance fee stands at N5-10 million.

So Guys 👇

Do You Agree With This List?

“I Have No Regrets About Singing Logo Benz”- Lil Kesh

Yagi Records Boss Lil Kesh has revealed that he has no regrets about his controversial song, Logo Benz.

The singer added that the inspiration for that song came from what he had been seeing on social media and the song was meant to create awareness to these things.

Even though lyrics of the song said “If money no enter I go do blood money o.“, Kesh insists he has no regrets about any part of the song and is standing by his words.

In an interview with Sunday Scoop, Lil Kesh said,

“Logo Benz was inspired by things we saw on social media and in our environment. One of the trending news now is how people are stealing pants for money rituals. One of those things they buy with the money is Benz cars. We thought we should do a song about it and create awareness; this is what we have been doing as musicians. But I guess people got the wrong impression”

“When it came out, it was heavily criticized and people felt we were promoting money rituals. I understood why it happened because some parts of the lyrics were not too clear. If we had looked for a better way to put the story out there, people would have understood it better.”

“We have been able to create so much awareness on the issue and I am sure we have been able to save lives. Even if it was just one person we saved by releasing the song, I am happy. I don’t live with regrets. If I could go back in time, I would still release the song. But this time, we would do it in a way that it would not be misunderstood.”

Chief Kola Oyewo; An actor cum director after Ola Rotimi(1)

CHIEF KOLA OYEWO: AN ACTOR CUM DIRECTOR AFTER OLA ROTIMI- ADEWOYIN OLAWUNMI. M

Born on the 26th of March 1946 and an indigene of Oba-Ile, Olorunda local government, Osogbo, Osun state, Chief Gabriel Benedict Adekola Oyewo popularly known as Labaaluyege is a hybrid theatre product of town and gown. He combines his nine years experience of active participation in the productions of Oyin Adejobi Theatre with the training he received at Ori-Olokun Players(Awo-Varsity Theatre) under late Professor Ola Rotimi. He has also worked as a professional actor under Wole Soyinka, Femi Osofisan and many other directors as a member of the Obafemi Awolowo University Theatre. The veteran actor, former acting Head of the theatre arts department, Redeemer’s University and associate professor of theatre arts, Ekiti state university who also holds the title of Balogun of Oba-Ile speaks his career and foray into lecturing among other things.

How it all began

Our teachers used to teach us plays back in primary school to entertain our parents at the end of each session. We also did that when I was in Secondary Modern School. During the long vacation, one of our teachers then, Uncle Kunle Olaniyan formed the Oba Dramatic Society in 1961 and teach us plays that he had come across after which we would perform in Oba and other neighbouring towns and villages. After secondary school, I saw an advert that Oyin Adejobi was looking for interested actors/actresses to be trained. I applied, auditioned and was given the job. After spending nine years there, I saw one of late Ola Rotimi’s works, Kurunmi staged at the Ori-Olokun Cultural Centre, Institute of Cultural Studies, OAU, Ile-Ife. I was fascinated and decided to be part of them.

First major role as a thespian

My first major role as a film actor was Adejare in the film Orogun Adedigba which happened to be Oyin Adejobi’s autobiography. Not long after that, I played another important role in the film Kuye, an adaptation of D.F. Odunjo’s novel and later the Yoruba photoplay series, Atoka. Also, when I joined the University of Ife in 1973 after spending nine years with Oyin Adejobi, the first major role was Odewale in Ola Rotimi’s The gods are not to blame which I played for two decades.

The most challenging roles played

My first challenging role was Kuye because the character was a deaf and dumb orphan from the beginning to the end. It was really challenging because despite the fact you could hear what others were saying, you couldn’t react to it. So, it took a lot of concentration to be able to do that. Concerning that of The gods are not to blame, I have never taken part in a play written in English before because with Oyin Adejobi, not only do we improvise the play in Yoruba, once you know the story, you will have to come up with the dialogue yourself. I had to memorize the lines for The gods are not to blame though I was not used to scripted play but I took up the challenge and Ola Rotimi was there for me. He was a good man and really helped me a lot.

Your dearest role so far

No doubt, it was Odewale in The gods are not to blame because not only was it a role I played for 20 years but it made me younger and active as the character is someone who jumps about and agile. Even now at 72, I am still very agile as a result of the exercises or rigours we went through in the theatre.

Foray into lecturing

As a member of the Awo Varsity Theatre, I had no degree because I felt fulfilled as an actor after leaving secondary school. After sitting for GCE at the age of 44, I started with a Diploma in Yoruba oral literature before bagging a BA in Dramatic Arts, OAU, Ile-Ife as a Directing major. After completing my first degree, one of my lecturers, Dr Charles Uji advised me to pursue my Masters degree since I had exceeded the age for NYSC. As if that wasn’t enough, my HOD, Dr Olu Akomolafe advised me to further my directing course to the PhD level in order to lecture in that area. That was how I rose from a theatre member to an academic staff lecturing in the areas of acting and directing. I have also had the rare of directing one of Ola Rotimi’s works, Man talk, woman talk on several occasions with two convocation plays Akinwunmi Isola Madam Tinubu(2003) and Ola Rotimi’s Hopes of the living dead(2007) alongside the late Professor(Mrs) Foluke Ogunleye.

I had my first degree at the age of 49 in 1995, got converted as an academic staff in 1996 before retiring as a Senior Lecturer in September 2011. I spent my my sabbatical at the Redeemer’s University, Mowe, Ogun state and after disengaging from OAU, Ile-Ife, I applied as an associate professor and after series of assessments, I was appointed the associate professor and the head of the theatre arts department, Redeemer’s University where I served for more than four years. Now, I am an associate professor at the Ekiti State University.

Your experience as your son’s classmate

Adeyemi was my classmate; it was fun attending classes, tutorials and making noise together. I didn’t place myself above my classmates nor did I seperate from the rest of the class. Sometimes, when lecturers like Uko Atai, Charles Uji and Foluke Ogunleye get angry and leave the lecture room as result of their noise, I will be the one to go and plead on their behalf. My son and I did assignments, practicals and tutorials together; and when we were given assignments, my wife who did the type setting would ask why his own work was scanty than mine. Though I scored higher marks than him, he understood poetry which I never had time for. On one occasion, I asked him, “Brother Yemi, how is that thing Professor Ogundele taught us?” and he will explain everything to me. Sometimes, the rascal will ask for his feeding allowance in the presence of his colleagues in the classroom. It was really an advantage having him as my classmate till we graduated. Yemi graduated with a 2-2 and works with Group Africa, an advertising company while I graduated with a 2-1 which compelled me to go back for my Master’s and phD.

Your relationship with the late Professor Ola Rotimi

Ola Rotimi’s dual training at Boston and Yale is justified by his adroitness in handling actors on stage alongside his meticulous approach in exploring latent theatrical possibilities in his productions as well as expertise in troupe organization and management. I worked with him from 1973 to 1977 after which he left Ife for Port-Harcourt. When he returned, we still worked together until his death in 2000.

The number of films you have starred in so far

Apart from Orogun Adedigba and Kuye, I have starred in over 100 movies which include Ida, Omo Olowo, Alaba Oniresi, Asoko Peeye 1&2, Owo Eje, Koseegbe, Saworoide, Efunsetan Aniwura, Omo Unifasiti, Dugbe-Dugbe 1&2, Ija, Agba Meje, Igi Aruwe, Asale Eni to mention a few.

The film and role that shot you into limelight

It was Olawale Mako in the Tunde Kelani’s film, Koseegbe. Koseegbe was a morality play written by Professor Akinwunmi Isola but when it was staged in Ife, Mako was played by Tunji Ojeyemi, Peter Fatomilola played Ajepe while I was casted as Arowolo. In 1995 when Mainframe decided film it, I was asked to play Mako which was different from the role I played when it was staged. So I took up the challenge and acted the role. It was the film that earned the Actor of the year award.

 

 

The Nigeria music Industry is very dynamic in Nigeria

The Nigerian Music Industry is very dynamic in that one day, you have the whole country singing and grooving to your music, the next day, your new song is out and your name is trending on Twitter for disappointing them with trash music.

Many artistes have tasted the soup of stardom years past when they started out but after a while they lost followership due to their inconsistency but what if you had the chance to save one of them?

But who are they? Check them out below:-

1. Lil Kesh

Many still argue Lil Kesh‘s career would not have gone down to that extent if he had stuck close to YBNL and never left the guidance of Olamide.

But Lil Kesh changed his sound and has pretty much left the stage of relevancy.

But we all still remember the days of EfejokuGbeseShokiIs it Because I Love You, can we still trust Lil Kesh with another chance at Stardom?

2. Ice Prince

Many think if Lil Kesh’s career is still sinking, Ice Prince career is long gone and it’s due to the activities of his village people.

Many argue several processes led to Ice Prince becoming irrelevant.

But the hits Ice gave us then are still relateable hit songs. Aboki and Superstar. Will it be bad if we give Ice Prince another chance of “blowing

3. Seyi Shay

Seyi Shay has gone down ever since we heard that collaboration that happened between her and Wizkid.

Since then, the glory of Seyi Shay’s music has been fluctuating.

While many feel she’s the third force after Yemi Alade and Tiwa SavageNiniola and Simi have moved ahead of her in the last few years and do we even like Seyi Shay‘s music to give her another chance?

Buhari vs Atiku: I am coming to Nigeria Nnamdi Kanu reveals why Saturday election may not hold

The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu has said the postponed presidential election for Saturday may not hold.

The IPOB Leader said this on Wednesday night in a live broadcast.

Describing election as ‘sham’, Kanu said Saturday polls may not hold because ‘Jubril of Sudan’ will be chased out of Nigeria.

Kanu lamenting about killings of Igbos spearheaded by some South east governors, further revealed that he is coming back to Nigeria soon.

He said: “There’s no government in the world that doesn’t know about IPOB and fortunately I met most of them, we don’t publish all on social media.

“All these saboteurs you see online don’t exist. Check their profile and you’ll understand they’re fake. Just ignore them.

“I’m coming to Nigeria, in power and glory. I’m coming fully prepared, whatever Nigerian government wants, we will do it there.

“We called for boycott of the Zoo. Nigeria was vibrating, we called it off they ran astray. That’s how powerful IPOB is.

“No amount of intimidation, arrest, killings will stop us from marching.

“Im not sure that their Sham election will hold on Saturday 23rd Feb; because Jubril will be chased back to Sudan, then you will know that Buhari is dead.

“There is no way Jubril can survive an election in this zoo.”

Further lamenting on Killings of IPOB members, Kanu called out Governor Willie Obiano of Anambra state, blaming him for orchestrating the genocide.

“As I am speaking now, IPOB members are being parked and taken to DSS custody in Abuja, masterminded by Obiano and others.

“Now that Obiano, Okezie Ikpeazu and other Igbo governors are hunting down and killing IPOB members, everyone is keeping quite.
But any day we decide to retaliate, everyone will start talking rubbish.”

The ABC of Cholesterol (Diets to correct cholesterol)

DIETS TO CORRECT CHOLESTEROL

Many factors can contribute to high level of cholesterol in the blood or cholesterol levels that are out of balance. The cause of high cholesterol levels is linked to either modifiable or non-modifiable risk factors. Modifiable risk factors can be mitigated on or worked on to either prevent or reduce the cholesterol levels in the body. The non-modifiable risk factor has to do with an individual’s genetic constitution and cannot be modified.

Amongst the non-modifiable risk factors two things stand out: the type of one eats and whether you exercise or not and your weight. Below are foods needed in getting rid of high cholesterol

Beans and lentils: Beans, lentils, peas are good sources of soluble fibre and lecithin which help in lowering cholesterol levels. Beans and pulses apart from being high in fibre are high in protein and low in fat; black beans are high in dietary fibre which binds with cholesterol and excrete from the body thus lowering cholesterol levels.

Fatty/oily fish: Fatty/oily fish such as salmon, tuna and halibut are slightly more calorific and fattening but they contain omega-3 fats that reduce blood clotting and inflammation. Studies have shown that eating oily fish dramatically reduces the risk of having a heart attack, even in older adults. Salmon or fatty fish is a good source of protein and omega-3 fatty acids which has been shown to lower LDL cholesterol and raise HDL cholesterol; omega-3 fatty acids are noted for its triglyceride-lowering power. Just be sure to bake or grill the fish, not fry it.

Grains and oats: Soluble fibre found in oats, oat bran, barley and brown rice not only lowers cholesterol levels but also binds bile acids and helps in excretion. Oats as a staple breakfast is very good in preventing heart disease or diabetes. Beta-glucan in oats not only lowers cholesterol but also helps in filling up the body system especially if a person is watching his/her weight. Sesame seeds are rich in phytosterols that reduce LDL significantly.

Green leafy vegetables: Research have recommended over the years that individuals should consume at least 300g of vegetables (50g of green leafy vegetables, 200g of other vegetables and 50g of root vegetables). Eat dark leafy veggies like spinach, collard greens, water leaf and Swiss chard.

Mono-saturated fats: Eating too much of saturated fat (the kind found in red meats and dairy products) can cause the body to produce more cholesterol and raise the level of cholesterol in your blood. Avocados, peanut butter, hazelnuts, almonds, olives and walnuts contain mono-saturated fats that help reduce bad cholesterol levels. Omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants in walnuts work to reverse arterial damage caused by saturated fats; avocados are rich in oleic acid, a mono-unsaturated fat that helps lower cholesterol, olive and peanut oils are also rich in mono-unsaturated fat calories.

Fresh fruits and vegetables: Cholesterol form sticky plaques that leads to development of artherosclerosis thereby increasing the risk of heart disease. According to studies, individuals who consume 4 or more servings of fruits and vegetables have lower LDL levels than those eat fewer servings. Antioxidants found in prunes, pomegranates, cranberries, blueberries, grapes help in slowing down LDL cholesterol oxidation. Apples, raw carrots, citrus fruits are rich pectin (fibre) and antioxidants like quercetin, catechin, phlorodzin and chlorogenic acid that help lower LDL and increase HDL levels. Apples, pears, pecans, oranges and grapefruit contain soluble/ heart healthy fibre, Vitamin E and Selenium which help lower cholesterol. Pomegranate juice helps reduces cholesterol plaque build-up and increases nitric oxide production that reduces arterial plaque.

Plant sterols: Foods that are fortified with plant sterols and stanols (substances naturally found in plant foods) help block the absorption of cholesterol in the bloodstream. Orange juice and yoghurt drinks are often fortified with sterols and stanols.

Garlic: Research has shown that eating garlic regularly reduces LDL and raises HDL because it contains an active substance called Allicin.

Nuts: This super food comes in small packaging; these bite-size nutritional powerhouses are packed with heart-healthy fats, proteins, vitamins and minerals. Studies have shown that people enjoy nuts are less likely to suffer from coronary heart disease. Walnuts, pistachios, pecans and almonds are very significant in lowering cholesterol levels.

Shitake mushrooms: The active component in shitake mushrooms (eritadentine) helps lower cholesterol levels. Shitake mushrooms also contain lentinan, which not only lowers cholesterol but has anti-cancer properties and boosts the immune system.

Milk: Drinking milk is good but it is advisable to go for the one that little or no cholesterol. Avoid any milk product made with whole milk, chocolate milk, milkshakes and coconut milk.

 

 

Why should you drink warm water every morning

Why You Should Drink Warm Water Every Morning On Empty Stomach

BENEFITS OF DRINKING WARM WATER EVERY MORNING ON EMPTY STOMACH:

PREVENTS SKIN AGING

Accumulation of toxins causes sagging skin and wrinkles. However, drinking warm water every morning, cleanse your body and activate the kidneys to assist in detoxifying your body. Moreover, it helps to moisturize the skin deeply and give radiance to your complexion.

RELIEVES PAIN

Lukewarm water is very effective against pain, especially the one caused by menstrual cramps. In fact, it helps to dilate blood vessels and relax the muscles so they become less tense, reducing pain. So feel free to drink water during your menstrual cramps.

HELPS TO LOSE WEIGHT

Warm water is a very effective slimming ally. It stimulates blood circulation and metabolism to burn more calories. It also helps burn fat by activating a process called thermogenesis. This is activated when the body temperature rises or tends to fall. Therefore, to restore normal body temperature, the body draws on its fat reserves and burns extra calories. So every morning drink 2 cups of warm water on an empty stomach.

RELIEVES CONSTIPATION

Several causes can hide behind constipation, such as stress, poor diet or not drinking enough water. Drinking warm water helps relieve cramps and bloating. Therefore, to avoid this kind of trouble, drink warm water every morning. It will stimulate the production of stools and help the digestive system to function properly.

STIMULATES CIRCULATION

According to Ayurvedic medicine, warm water soothes the nervous system, stimulates brain activity and blood flow. Indeed, when you drink warm water on empty an stomach, you increase the temperature of your body by accelerating blood flow. This is very beneficial to the body because it helps you get rid of toxins accumulated during the day.

CLEANS THE GUTS

When you drink warm water on an empty stomach, it passes through the digestive tract and cleans the toxins and accumulated waste. The warm water helps digestion and elimination of waste through urination or stools. Moreover, cold water, when consumed after meals, solidifies the foods and promotes the formation of fatty deposits in the intestines.

Thing women should know about corrot

Although  carrot-rich diet has its benefits, eating copious amounts of the bright orange vegetable can cause some unwelcome side effects.Carrots are common vegetables that can also serve as snacks and it’s loved by everyone because it’s crunchy feel. It’s also a common ingredient in soups, stews, salads, and slaws. Carrots contain high levels of beta carotene, which gets converted into Vitamin A in the body. But, do you know about the side effects of carrots? Yeah! there are side effects of carrots.

1.Causes Carotenemia:
Carrots are the leading source of beta carotene which is one of a few carotenoids that your body converts to Vitamin A. Eating large quantities of carrots doesn’t put you at risk of vitamin A overload. However, having large amounts of carotene in your blood can cause Carotenemia which is a yellowish discoloration of the skin.

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2. It Can Lead To Allergic Reactions:
There are few individuals who are hypersensitive to the carrot. Some common side effects among such people are skin rashes, diarrhea, anaphylactic reactions, hives, and swelling. Such allergies are caused due to the allergen present in carrot pollen.

3. High In Sugar Contents:
Consuming carrots is not a good option for diabetic people. They have high sugar content with a glycaemic index of 97. The sugar gets converted into glucose and raises sugar levels in the body quickly. It is best for diabetic people to consume steamed carrots in small amounts.

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4. Changes Flavor Of Breast Milk
Carrots are rich in vitamins and minerals, which are very important for the body. But studies have proven that carrot changes the flavor of breast milk. So breastfeeding women should avoid drinking carrot juice in excess.

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5.Unsafe For Infants
Some studies prove that carrots are unsafe for small children. That is why it is important to feed young babies only small portions

Side effect of carrot women should be aware of

Although  carrot-rich diet has its benefits, eating copious amounts of the bright orange vegetable can cause some unwelcome side effects.Carrots are common vegetables that can also serve as snacks and it’s loved by everyone because it’s crunchy feel. It’s also a common ingredient in soups, stews, salads, and slaws. Carrots contain high levels of beta carotene, which gets converted into Vitamin A in the body. But, do you know about the side effects of carrots? Yeah! there are side effects of carrots.

1.Causes Carotenemia:
Carrots are the leading source of beta carotene which is one of a few carotenoids that your body converts to Vitamin A. Eating large quantities of carrots doesn’t put you at risk of vitamin A overload. However, having large amounts of carotene in your blood can cause Carotenemia which is a yellowish discoloration of the skin.

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2. It Can Lead To Allergic Reactions:
There are few individuals who are hypersensitive to the carrot. Some common side effects among such people are skin rashes, diarrhea, anaphylactic reactions, hives, and swelling. Such allergies are caused due to the allergen present in carrot pollen.

3. High In Sugar Contents:
Consuming carrots is not a good option for diabetic people. They have high sugar content with a glycaemic index of 97. The sugar gets converted into glucose and raises sugar levels in the body quickly. It is best for diabetic people to consume steamed carrots in small amounts.

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4. Changes Flavor Of Breast Milk
Carrots are rich in vitamins and minerals, which are very important for the body. But studies have proven that carrot changes the flavor of breast milk. So breastfeeding women should avoid drinking carrot juice in excess.

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5.Unsafe For Infants
Some studies prove that carrots are unsafe for small children. That is why it is important to feed young babies only small portions of carrot.