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The colorful chemicals — carotenoid and anthocyanin — are all that’s left in the leaves; out come the reds, oranges and yellows.
The colorful chemicals — carotenoid and anthocyanin — are all that’s left in the leaves
Carotenoids are found in bananas and carrots, and are responsible for creating yellow, orange, and brown colors.
But Pellegrini says their healthiest component may be carotenoids, the pigment that gives carrots (and many other vegetables) such splashy, vibrant colors.
Water-dense cucumbers and creamy avocado, a fruit loaded with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory carotenoids, are blended into a refreshing soup and topped with an easy tomato relish.
Often called mesclun (MEHS-kluhn), mixed baby greens or gourmet salad mix, these dark leafy lettuce greens provide an ample supply of carotenoids.
During their time in the ocean — about two years, usually — the salmon spend time eating phytoplankton and krill, filled with carotenoids containing antioxidants and pigments that give their flesh its characteristic hue.
Researchers think that increasing these carotenoids is sort of like adding sunglasses for the retina.
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