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Your Mucousal Lining Needs Its Beta

Posted Aug 24 2010 2:10pm

When one thinks of anti-oxidants they typically think of  the super trio Vita C, E and Beta Carotene.

I have always known Beta Carotene to be the all mighty carrot!

We all know carrots are good for you.

However, as nutritional sciences advanced so did the advent of anti-oxidant discoveries.

While Carrots or Vitamin A are wonderfully valid, they were found to be even more significant paired with carotenoids!

Perhaps you have heard of your lycopene, lutein, zeaxanthin, alpha caroten, and astaxanthins.

These carotenoids are found in  richly pigmented fruits and vegetables. They are of great benefit to your health.

These fat soluble antioxidants have been implicated in the long term health of the eyes, prostate, cervix, lungs and heart

Caratenoids working together support a strong immune system

Woman with low levels of beta carotene double the risk of developing breast cancer.

If you are not eating 5-9 servings of fruits and vegetables daily than this product is for you.

You may be in need of carotenoid supplementation if you have:

age related macular degeneration
are involved in a high stressed life
have a diet that isn’t well balanced
have lung problems
are at risk for prostate cancer
cervical dysplacia
a body full of toxins
heart problems
are exposed to the sun
have a family history of cancer

Benefits include:

promotes proper night vision and eye health
is an anti-oxidant – contributes to overall wellness
increases immunity
reduces risk of heart disease, prostate and cervical cancer
promotes lung health
aids in the detoxification of the liver

above sourced from nutrition and you


Your mucousal lining, also known as your inside skin is made up of carotenoids, when you have issues with your sinus’s often we look at strengthening your inside skin with  therapeutic dosages of carotenoid supplemention .

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