Normal growth and development of tissues - Immunity - Vision
In every dose
500IU (equal to 2 boiled eggs or 2 cups of baked beans)
What’s in it for my brain?
Beta carotene may improve cognitive function; one 18-year study of more than 4,000 men linked long-term beta carotene supplementation to the slowing of cognitive decline.
It helps to maintain a healthy immune system
Supports vision in dim light (carrots really do help you to see in the dark!)
It keeps skin and mucous membranes like inside the nose healthy
Plays well with
All immune boosting nutrients
Vitamin B2 for eye health
Our bodies make vitamin A by converting its precursor, beta carotene into the active form. Beta carotene is the compound that is responsible for the orange colour of carrots.
Here’s a handful of relevant scientific studies on vitamin A.
Grodstein, F., Kang, J. H., & Gaziano, J. M. (2004). O3-01-08 A large randomized trial of beta-carotene supplements and cognitive function. Neurobiology of Aging, (25), S54.