ICMR-National Institute of Nutrition

Beta-carotene is present in yellow and orange colored fruits and vegetables, and it is a precursor of vitamin A. It will get converted into vitamin A (retinal) in the body. Vitamin A is required for good vision, strong immune system and for healthy skin. Beta-carotene is an anti-oxidant and it protects the body from free radicals which damage cells. 

Dietary sources of Beta-carotene:

Nutrient Foods Nutrient Content for 100g Edible Portion
Drumstick leaves (Moringa oleifera) 17542 µg
Agathi leaves (Sesbania grandiflora) 12582 µg
Fenugreek leaves (Trigonella foenum graecum) 9245 µg
Amaranth leaves, green,red,red and green (Amaranthus gangeticus) 8491 µg
Carrot, orange (Dacus carota) 5423 µg
Sweet potato, brown skin (Ipomoes batatas) 5376 µg
Mint leaves (Mentha spicata ) 4602 µg
Dates (Phoenix dactylifera) 2781 µg
Chillies, red (Capsicum annum) 1542 µg
Tomato, ripe (Lycopersicon esculentum) 1513 µg
Mango, ripe (Mangifera indica) 1291 µg
Papaya, ripe (Carcia papaya) 694 µg
Nutritive Value of Indian Foods-2012 & Indian Food Compositon Tables-2017, ICMR-National Institute of Nutrition,Hyderabad.
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