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Plus, the polyphenols, flavonoids, and carotenoids in black carrots may substantially defend against chronic disease.
Red northern cardinals that turn yellow may have a genetic mutation that prevents the bird from producing red feather pigments from its diet of wild fruits rich in carotenoids.
Adding a tablespoon of olive oil to salads and drizzling it in veggie dips can help enhance your intake of carotenoids, which benefit your eyes and diminish long-term disease risk.
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.
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