See in the Dark!

Vegetables such as pumpkin, sweet potato and carrots are rich sources of Beta-Carotene- this gives them their bright orange colour but it is also a “pro-vitamin A”, meaning the body can convert Beta-Carotene into retinol – necessary for eye-health. So eating carrots to help you see in the dark is not so far fetched after all!

There are still plenty of pumpkins around, so when you’re done with carving them into lanterns, eat some!  Check out the following beta-carotene-rich recipes:

Smoky Pumpkin Soup

The Overnight Special

Sweet Potato Fool

 

 

2018-10-31T09:00:21+00:00October 31st, 2018|Wellness Blog|