By Sara A. Arscott Ph.D. (auth.), Sherry A. Tanumihardjo (eds.)
Carotenoids and Human overall healthiness provides an advent to nutrition assets and metabolism. Written by way of specialists of their fields and together with the main up to date details, this quantity serves as an in-depth advisor to reviews which were played in people and observations which have been made in inhabitants point checks. specific emphasis is given to institutions with disorder, in addition to the significance of carotenoids across the world, particularly as a resource of diet A for the realm. complete and straightforward to exploit, Carotenoids and Human Health is a truly resource for nutritionists, registered dieticians, clinical scholars, and graduate students.
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A. Arscott 1 Food Sources of Carotenoids 11 b-Cryptoxanthin is the principle carotenoid in many tropical orange-ﬂeshed fruits and is found in high concentrations in tangerines, oranges, and certain mangos and papayas. In colder climates, b-cryptoxanthin is found at lower concentrations in fruits such as peaches, nectarines, and red peppers. Epidemiological studies suggest that b-cryptoxanthin may play a role in protection from inﬂammatory diseases such as arthritis , angina pectoris , and osteoporosis  (see Chap.
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