Amount of Carotene, beta (β-carotene) in Turnips, boiled, cooked, drained, without salt
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There is µg amount of Carotene, beta (β-carotene) in amount of Turnips, boiled, cooked, drained, without salt
Beta-Carotene is an orange colour pigment compound and is part of the large group of phytochemicals called carotenoids, that are commonly found in the plants.
The beta-Carotene is a precursor to vitamin, which means that in the body it can be converted into an active vitamin A. Best source of beta-Carotene can be obtained from dark green leafy vegetables, broccoli, orange and yellow fruits and vegetables, including red pepper, papayas and sweet potatoes and carrots especially dehydrated carrots. Find food items containing the highest beta-Carotene content, or wise verse for foods which are lower on β-Carotene amount.
Determine, under different quantities, how much of Carotene, beta (β-carotene) nutrient can be found in Turnips, boiled, cooked, drained, without salt. Calculate and convert the amounts.