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This is high in vitamins K and A, magnesium, beta carotene, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, and folate.
Another benefit to these tasty tree nuts: Pecans are filled with beta carotene and vitamin E, which protect cells from damage by mitigating the effects of chronic inflammation.
Key nutrients: Vitamins B, C, and K; beta-carotene, iron, magnesium, and dietary fiber.
White Sweet Potatoes White sweet potatoes may look like russets, but they're loaded with some of the same fiber and vitamins that orange sweet potatoes have—though not as much beta-carotene.
Eat one serving daily of foods with vitamin B6 (one banana or a bowl of whole-grain cereal) to help even out hormone levels; and beta-carotene (two medium carrots) to give skin a smoother texture.
Yellow corn has some vitamin C, as well as beta-carotene, lutein and zeaxanthin.
The other variant, BCDO2, is involved in beta-carotene processing, which causes the chicken skin to be yellow instead of white or grey.
Carrot juice is rich in beta carotene and vitamin A.
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Origin and Etymology of carotene
First Known Use: 1853See Words from the same year
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