February 17, 2012
Whether its the beta-carotene seen in carrots and winter squash, lycopene in tomatoes and watermelon, or the xanthophylls in corn and dark leafy greens, the human body has developed preferences for certain bioavailable antioxidant carotenoids and uses them for support of systems such as immune function, eye health and cardiovascular wellness.
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