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The Benefits of AIM Just Carrots

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Benefits of carrots

A healthy lifestyleIt is well-established that carrots are a healthy food. They contain many important nutrients. Beta carotene and other carotenoids, B vitamins, vitamin C, the minerals calcium and potassium, and much more. Of all of these, it is beta carotene that traditionally has received the most attention.

AIM Just Carrots

Just Carrots is 100 percent natural carrot juice powder or caplets with only the fiber removed. The powder is concentrated 25 times, which means that 25 pounds of raw carrots are used to make one pound of AIM Just Carrots™ powder. The caplets are formed from the powder.

Just Carrots has one of the highest sources of natural beta carotene-up to 700* percent of the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA). Drinking one serving of Just Carrots provides you with 35,000* IUs of beta carotene. In addition to beta carotene, Just Carrots contains vitamin C, calcium, and potassium. Just Carrots is monitored for maximum nutrient levels. A single serving of Just Carrots powder contains 40* calories; a single serving of caplets contains 25* calories.

When you eat raw carrots, only 1 percent of the beta carotene is absorbed by the body. Cooking breaks down the fibrous walls of carrots and increases the body’s absorption to 19 percent. Approximately 90 percent of the beta carotene in Just Carrots is absorbed.

The carrots used in Just Carrots are residue-free, ensuring that you will get no harmful toxins. A special process is used to produce Just Carrots , which ensures that nutrients and enzymes remain active. This process does not use additives, sweeteners, fillers, or artificial ingredients to produce Just Carrots. The caplets contain a small amount of inert binders to hold them together.

* These figures vary depending on variations in carrot crops due to climate, soil, and times of harvest.


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