Action BETA CAROTENE, VITAMIN A.
Beta carotene is a provitamin of vitamin A, which means that it is transformed into active vitamin A in the intestines and liver. Vitamin A, also known as Retinol, is known for its ability to maintain good vision by restoring retinal pigments, but is also important for healthy skin. , joints and immune function. Contributes to the maintenance of normal skin and mucous membranes, as well as normal iron metabolism. Beta-carotene is an antioxidant and very powerful. Free radicals, which cause cell aging and tissue damage, are neutralized by this property, which helps the immune system and reduces the risk of malignant diseases or cardiovascular diseases. Strengthening the immune system is also achieved by activating white blood cells. They fight against all pathogenic microorganisms that enter the body.
Beta carotenes are pigments that belong to the group of carotenoids that are responsible for the yellow, orange or red color present in many foods. In addition, they are the main source of vitamin A:
beta-carotene is converted to this vitamin only when the body needs it.
Beta carotenes are antioxidant components, which help the immune system to protect itself from various diseases and stimulate the production of white blood cells. We can not only take them with food, but we can also take them as a supplement, in the form of tablets or capsules.
Benefits of beta carotene
Beta-carotene can reduce exercise-induced asthma attacks.
It reduces the risk of heart disease because its effects eliminate the bad cholesterol we store.
A diet rich in betcarotenes helps protect the skin from free radicals and reduces the risk of sunburn. In short, they are great for skin care.
They protect the skin from aging and prevent the appearance of wrinkles.
They protect the eyes from infection and cataracts.
They strengthen the action of the immune system.
Vitamin A keeps eyesight, skin, mucous membranes and bones in good condition.
Beta-carotene intake helps prevent worsening of osteoarthritis.
Taking high doses of beta-carotene is not recommended during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Alcohol consumption may reduce the effectiveness of beta carotene.
Foods rich in beta-carotene
The foods that contain the highest amount of beta-carotene are:
- Carrots are the main food where we can find them, they can be eaten both cooked and raw.
- Sweet potato or sweet potato.
- Vegetables are especially dark green, such as spinach, dandelion, chard or broccoli.
- Fruits: bananas, apples, plums, oranges, mangoes, peaches, nectarines, papayas, melons or apricots.
- Dried fruits like raisins.
The composition of one capsule
Beta carotene (vitamin A) 1200mcg
Method of use and dosage
As a dietary supplement, take one capsule daily with water.
1200 mcg, 100 CAPSULES
Store in a cool and dry place, out of direct sunlight.
Do not take this product if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Consult your doctor before taking prescription drugs.