Some health benefits of beta carotene include Professional1 week ago - Mobile Phone & Tablets - Magumeri - 10 views
Except for Natural Carotene, another ingredient called lutein may have the similar effect.
Lutein is a xanthophyll, i.e., an oxygenated carotenoid that all mammalians, humans included, derive from their diet because they are unable to synthesize carotenoids. Several studies have shown that high Lutein intake, either through diet or as nutritional supplement, has beneficial effects on eye diseases, preventing or even improving both age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and cataract. However, conflicting data had been reported concerning Lutein efficacy, and in 2006, it was claimed that no compelling evidence had been provided concerning the supposed beneficial effect of Lutein on human health.
Furthermore, no univocal data concerning the appropriate dosage for possible Lutein supplementation had been found. More recently, a number of studies have suggested that Lutein may indeed have favorable effects via anti-inflammatory activity, improving cognitive functions, and decreasing the risk of cancer, cardiovascular diseases and other systemic conditions. Overall, it seems that the amount of Lutein intake, including by supplementation, may partly counter inflammatory processes and favor human health, but inconsistencies still remain.
Also, there is a ingredient called Lycopene widely used and offering great effects for human bodies.