They contain Beta-carotene and to a lesser extent Alpha-carotene. They are rich in vitamin A, essential for the well-being of the body and in particular of the eyes. Like all carrots, they are a good source of fiber, vital for the health of the gastrointestinal tract and are known for their cholesterol-lowering properties. Furthermore, thanks to vitamin A, it maintains surface coatings of the respiratory, urinary and intestinal tracts and regulates the immune system by helping white blood cells to fight infections.
They contain xanthophylls, pigments similar to beta carotene, varying in color between yellow, orange and red, which help the eye in the fight against macular degeneration of the eye due to age, can prevent cancers, including that of the lung, and reduce the risk of atherosclerosis. Furthermore, studies have shown that foods rich in xanthophylls lead to a significant reduction in the risk of contracting cataracts (about 20%). These carrots are an absolutely natural product, not genetically modified, therefore GMO free.
They contain more Beta-carotene and their orange "cousins", and take their pigment from an entirely different class, anthocyanins: these pigments act as powerful antioxidants that protect key cell components, grabbing and holding free radicals that are harmful to the body. . Anthocyanins also help prevent heart disease by slowing blood clotting and are excellent anti-inflammatories. These carrots are an absolutely natural product, not genetically modified, therefore GMO free.
The various pigments are absent in white carrots, but they contain other substances useful for the health and well-being of the body, called phytochemicals: bioactive and natural compounds found in foods rich in nutritious and dietary fibers capable of fighting diseases. These substances can be important in reducing the risk of arterial sclerosis. These carrots are an absolutely natural product, not genetically modified, therefore GMO free.