That’s David Carradine… right? Of course I never saw Cain with a cold so maybe he juiced carrots too; although with all that wondering around, you’d wonder where?
Anyway, what we’re talking about here is beta-carotene. What is it? Glad you asked. Beta-Carotene is one of over 600 Carotenoids that are responsible for the beautiful variety of colors found in our produce. Rich orange and dark green fruits and vegetables like carrots, cantaloupe, sweet potato and pumpkin are particularly rich in beta-carotene. This vital nutrient is converted within the body to Vitamin A which has been shown to be good for helping your body’s resistance to things like stress, colds and infections. As well, a lack of Vitamin A has been shown to be linked to a higher incidence of cancer, particularly those having to deal with the lungs. One of the reasons is that deficiencies of this important vitamin can hinder your body tissue’s natural ability to heal itself. Beta carotene is also a potent antioxidant—a natural substances that prevents cell damage from excess oxygen. Antioxidants also help protect the body against cancer and strengthen the immune system. In addition, healthy vision, bones and skin are all aided by a healthy daily serving of beta-carotene. The problem is that you’ve got to eat a heck of a lot of carrots to get the benefit. What do you do you ask? I think you know the answer. If I said anything other than juice ‘em I couldn’t keep my alias.
Whats the recommended product to benefit from this article? None other than the Omega 8005 Juicer