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Beta Carotene (B-Carotene)

Beta Carotene, also known as B-Carotene, is a very bright and vibrant red-orange pigment that you can find in many plants and fruits. It is classified as a terpenoid (a type of hydrocarbon). Beta Carotene is best absorbed when eaten with fats or fatty acids, because they are fat soluble.
Beta Carotene, due to its makeup and the nutrients it contains, should be a major part of your diet.

Here are some of the health benefits that come from ingested the suggested amount of beta carotene per day.

-If you ingest beta carotene as part of your diet (see the list below to learn which foods have beta carotene in them), it is a safe source of vitamin A, which enhances bone health.

-Beta carotene is an antioxidant, and helps cells with anti-oxidation processes.

-Some tests suggest that those who take the recommended daily amount of beta carotene every day see a significant decrease in cognitive decline and diseases related to cognitive performance.

-As you age, your respiratory system declines; beta carotene has been shown to slow down that decline somewhat.
Now that you know more about what beta carotene can do, where can you find this powerful antioxidant? Here is a brief list of foods that you can find beta carotene in naturally.

• Apricots
• Asparagus
• Broccoli
• Carrots
• Chinese cabbage
• Chives
• Dandelion leaves
• Grapefruit
• Kale
• Ketchup
• Many margarines
• Onions
• Peas
• Peppers
• Plums
• Pumpkin
• Spinach
• Squash
• Squash
• Sweet potatoes

You can also find a number of supplements that contain Beta Carotene and can help you get close to your recommended daily intake as well.

If you would like more information about Beta Carotene and how it can positively affect your lifestyle, take a look at these links:

•http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beta-Carotene
•http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/beta-carotene/NS_patient-betacarotene
•http://www.thedailygreen.com/healthy-eating/eat-safe/beta-carotene-47011204#slide-1
Supplements with this ingredient:
None (for now)

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