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Eat the Rainbow

Carotenoids? What are those? Why does this girl like them so much to name her blog after them? Carotenoids are the molecules in plants that give them their bright colors. 227 more words


United States Carotenoids Market Research Report Forecast 2017 Analysis and Forecasts to 2022

MarketResearchNest.com adds “United States Carotenoids Market by Manufacturers, States, Type and Application, Forecast to 2022”new report to its research database. The report spread across in a 124 pages with table and figures in it. 537 more words

Food And Beverage

What pigments are present in the Northern Red Oak ?

— Have you ever woken up thinking about photosynthesis ??
—I know right? me too  :)

Today I woke up with an odd feeling to learn more about plant pigments ^^; 482 more words


The Surprising Health Benefits of Avocado

Not only is avocado delicious but this superfood is packed with disease-fighting antioxidants. Find out how this creamy fruit can benefit your health.

Avocado: The underestimated superfood… 554 more words


What's the best dressing for your salad?

Researchers recommend using salad dressing with full fats. These types of dressings allow gaining the full benefits of carotenoids. Their research showed that people that ate low-fat​ dressing absorbed very little of the carotenoids​ and people that did not use fat dressing absorbed almost zero of the nutrients. 37 more words


This Vegetable Will Make You Look 50% More Attractive

…or try the supplement that contains the same critical pigment.

Yellow and red skin pigments are perceived as 50% more attractive in Caucasian people, new research finds. 261 more words


Electronic and vibrational properties of carotenoids: from in vitro to in vivo

Carotenoids are among the most important organic compounds present in Nature and play several essential roles in biology. Their configuration is responsible for their specific photophysical properties, which can be tailored by changes in their molecular structure and in the surrounding environment. 196 more words