0
en
US
Free Shipping on Orders Above $25
X
× Supersmart Shop by health concern Shop by product Bestsellers New products Promotions My account Smart Prescription Blog Loyalty program Language: English
Welcome Shop by health concern Tiredness and Lack of energy Carottol™
-50%
Carottol™ Supplement
Carottol™ Supplement
Size
0005Carottol™ SupplementSize
×
+
-
Sans nano-particulesSans glutenVegan
Carottol™
Tiredness and Lack of energy
0
No reviews
Reviews
$21.00$42.00
-50%
Today In Stock
Best if used before 03/31/2023
Description
Carottol™ is formulated to provide an optimal intake of carotenoids.
  • Offers eye protection against UV radiation.
  • Contains beta-carotene, a precursor of vitamin A.
  • Has powerful antioxidant properties.
$21.00  
: 38.64 $, save $3.36 (8%)
: 38.64 $, save $3.36 (8%)
I'd like
every
$21.00
-
+
60 Veg. Caps
Add To Cart
Pumpkin next to a jar of pumpkin jam with orange-coloured carotenes

Carottol Supplement - Antioxidant Carotenoids for Eye Health

The dietary supplement Carottol™ is formulated to provide an optimal intake of carotenoids including the famous beta-carotene, often described as a provitamin A, now available to buy at Supersmart. These natural carotenoid pigments are known both for their yellow-orange colour and their many health benefits.

Why take Carottol™?

To date, more than 600 carotenoids have been identified in living organisms, including several families such as the carotenes and xanthophylls. Unlike algae, green plants, and certain fungi and bacteria, humans are not able to produce carotenoids and we therefore have to look to external sources to obtain carotenoids’ benefits. This is why Carottol™ has been formulated to combine several carotenoids in a single capsule. It contains beta-carotene, lycopene, astaxanthin, lutein and zeaxanthin, all of which have been widely-studied for their health properties and uses.

What are the carotenoids present in Carottol™?

The orange-coloured carotenes exist in various forms, the main ones being alpha-carotene and beta-carotene. The latter is the most common form found in Nature.

  • Studies on beta-carotene have demonstrated its high antioxidant potency and consequent ability to combat oxidative stress and free radical-induced damage. It is also a precursor of vitamin A, which is why it’s often described as a provitamin A. Like all vitamins, vitamin A is essential for human health, contributing to bone formation and synthesis of eye pigments. Unfortunately, however, deficiency can occur. Supplementing with a provitamin A, which once ingested is converted into vitamin A, is often recommended to prevent or correct such a shortfall.
  • Part of the xanthophyll family, the yellow pigments lutein and zeaxanthin are found in several foods such as egg yolk and corn. They are concentrated in the macula, a small area of the retina, where they offer protection by filtering UV and certain blue light rays. This protective effect helps minimise damage to the cells responsible for capturing light. Studies thus suggest that supplementing with xanthophylls offers anti-aging effects, helping to prevent age-related degeneration in the retina.
  • Lycopene is a red pigment found in tomatoes and other red fruit. Of the hundreds of carotenoids identified, lycopene is the most abundant in the human body and is also considered to be one of the most powerful. Lycopene indeed offers significant antioxidant potency and is thus able to neutralize molecules involved in oxidative stress. Being fat-soluble, it is particularly effective at eliminating free radicals that form in the body’s lipid regions. This is also the reason why this carotenoid has attracted scientific interest. Several studies suggest that lycopene supplementation reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, osteoporosis and some forms of cancer.
  • Astaxanthin is a pink-to-red pigment found primarily in crustaceans and fish such as salmon. Like lycopene, astaxanthin is also recognized as being a powerful, natural antioxidant. Its anti-aging effects come from its ability to protect against cellular aging. Astaxanthin supplements are often used to protect the skin and eyes from UV radiation.

The carotenoids supplement Carottol™ delivers the many health benefits of these natural pigments - optimising vision, growth, bone development, reproduction and the immune system. It is thus indicated in the prevention or treatment of several diseases including those affecting the eyes. And because of beta-carotene’s provitamin A role, it can also be recommended for correcting deficiency in vitamin A.

What is the composition of Carottol™?

This supplement comes in the form of capsules in order to maintain the quality of its active principles, including provitamin A. Each capsule contains:

  1. 6750IU of carotenes.
  2. 1.8mg of alpha-carotene.
  3. 3.6mg of beta-carotene.
  4. 2mg of lutein.
  5. 1mg of zeaxanthin.
  6. 2mg of lycopene.
  7. 1.5mg of astaxanthin.

This optimal strength means the recommended dose for this supplement is 1-2 capsules a day, to be taken with food, though this dose can be adjusted in line with your needs and the advice of your therapist. In addition to this natural carotenoid complex, you may also be interested in our new multivitamin formulation Daily 6® which combines more than 50 ingredients in a single capsule.

Buy Carottol™ for an optimal intake of carotenoids.

Composition
Daily serving: 2 capsules
Number of servings per bottle: 30
Quantity per serving
Vitamin A (carotenes) 13 500 IU
Alpha carotene 3.6 mg
Beta carotene 7.2 mg
Lutein 4 mg
Zeaxanthin 2 mg
Lycopene 4 mg
Astaxanthin 3 mg
Other ingredients: Acacia gum, White rice flour.
Carottol™ - Health Freedom Nutrition, LLC.
Directions for use
Take 1 or 2 capsules at mealtimes.
No reviews for this product yet
0

Featured products

Newsletter
Subscribe to our newsletter
and obtain a 5% permanent discount
Our selection of articles
What are the best ways to use medicinal plants?

Infusions, powders, capsules … If you’ve always wanted to master the subtle art of phytotherapy, then take our quick tour of the main ways of using medicinal plants to support your health naturally.

How are dietary supplements produced?

Would you like to know how supplements are produced? Supersmart shares with you the different stages of production of a dietary supplement.

Shilajit: benefits and risks of taking ‘mountain tears’

A true concentrate from Nature, shilajit is an extraordinary substance, long-prized by practitioners of Ayurvedic medicine. What are the benefits (and contraindications) of the famous ‘mountain tears’?

Carottol™
-
+
$42.00$21.00* Add To Cart
© 1997-2022 Fondation pour le Libre Choix. All rights reserved
© 1997-2022 Fondation pour le Libre Choix. All rights reserved
Nortonx
secure
Warning
ok