Unless you eat a wide variety of carotenoid-containing foods (tomatoes, kale, collard greens, Swiss chard, broccoli, etc.) you are probably not getting adequate amounts of the full range of carotenoid compounds— powerful antioxidants that protect our cells and tissues from the damaging effects of free radicals.
And even if you eat like a rabbit, because of natural factors like growing conditions, the carotenoid content of one piece of fruit or vegetable and another can vary by as much as three-fold!
Fact is, most carotenoids are much better absorbed from supplements than from food. But most multivitamin supplements don’t come close to supplying you with a full spectrum of mixed carotenoids, either.
Find out how you can make sure you’re getting a full spectrum of mixed carotenoids in the article, Caroteniods Are Better Absorbed From Supplements Than From Food!
To your health,
US Smart Publications