Anecdotally, raw carrot is positive in my experience.
But is there any evidence that Peat points to that differentiates the fiber in carrots as being more helpful than the fiber from wheat, fruits, other vegetables, etc?
He also recommends cooked bamboo shoots, which seems counterintuitive to me. The type of fiber in raw carrots "feels" a certain way, and cooked bamboo shoots don't feel anything like raw carrots. I'm pretty sure cooking is supposed to deactivate fiber to some extent as well.
Intuitively, I would expect raw coconut to be similar to raw carrot; both give me the same feeling of "unswallowability" when I eat them.