Beta carotene
Beta carotene

Beta carotene

<link 529>vitamin A</link> <link 995>vitamin B5</link><link 538>vitamin C</link>
<link 530>beta carotin</link> <link 995>vitamin B6</link><link 539>vitamin D3</link>
<link 995>vitamin B1</link> <link 536>biotin</link><link 540>vitamin E</link>
<link 995>vitamin B2</link> <link 535>folic acid</link><link 541>vitamin K1</link>
<link 995>vitamin B3</link> <link 995>vitamin B12</link>

Beta carotene

<B>function</B><B>recommended daily dosage</B><B>source</B>
iposoluble, essential,<br> important as pre-stage of vitamin A2-4 mg/day (according to DGE)many sorts of colourful fruit<br> and vegetable e.g. carots, spinach and orange
<B>deficency symptoms</B><B>main effect/apparatus</B><B>dosages in ortomolecular medicine</B>
defense weakness, respiratory tract infection or vision disorders, loss of appetiteeye function, nervs, detoxicationup to 120 mg per day, depending on the area of application<br>Smokers should take beta carotene only after consulting a doctor. Non smoking instead of not taking vitamins is the best way to protect yourself against lung cancer!