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    • n beta-carotene an isomer of carotene that is found in dark green and dark yellow fruits and vegetables
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Beta-carotene is a carotenoid (a pigment that gives vegetables their color) and a precursor of vitamin A.
Beta- carotene is a carotenoid (a pigment that gives vegetables their color) and a precursor of vitamin A.
Because of their high levels of beta-carotene and vitamin A, these orange veggies flush out toxins that are damaging to your complexion , and contain phytochemicals that nourish and hydrate.
Thanks largely to breeding work done over the past two decades by ARS scientists, today's carrots provide 75 percent more beta-carotene than those available 25 years ago.
High doses of beta carotene can, in some individuals, decrease vitamin E levels.3.
If you're concerned about nutrition , you know the good guys from the bad guys: oat bran, beta-carotene and antioxidant vitamins versus red meat, fats and sugar.
Researchers evaluated levels of four groups of vital nutrients, including vitamin K, vitamin C, vitamin E, lutein, and beta-carotene, in 25 different commercially grown microgreens.
Peaches beta-carotene and potassium, and their mild, sweet flavor makes them an ideal first fruit.
Yellow peaches pack a healthy dose of beta-carotene - the darker the peach , the more it contains.
Pepperoni pizza gets a healthful makeover with whole-wheat pizza dough and a flavorful tomato sauce that, thanks to the addition of pumpkin puree, provides extra beta carotene and fiber.
Using sweet potato adds moisture and nutrients, such as beta-carotene.
Pumpkins are rich in carotenoids, beta-carotene, alpha-carotene, fiber, zinc, iron, vitamin A and potassium.
Pumpkin is loaded with an important antioxidant, beta-carotene.
Native to the Americas, hearty winter squashes are a good source of complex carbohydrates, fiber, potassium, iron, riboflavin, and beta carotene (a source of vitamin A).
The orange-hued varieties contain a stunning amount of beta-carotene.