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beta-Carotene in food

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Top 50 Foods with the greatest value in beta-carotene


Reminder: according to your Nutritional Profile, your recommended intakes in beta-carotene are 2520µg.

Top 10: Foods with the greatest value in beta-carotene
foodintakes
per portion
Carrot juice (250ml)
23199µg921%
Sweet Potato (110g)
12660µg502%
Boiled Sweet Potato (110g)
10388µg412%
Canned Pumpkin (125ml)
8983µg356%
Kale (85g)
7842µg311%
Boiled Carrot (85g)
7082µg281%
Carrot (85g)
7042µg279%
Boiled Kale (85g)
6947µg276%
Frozen Spinach (85g)
6151µg244%
Canned Sweet Potato (125g)
5988µg238%




Foods with the greatest value in beta-carotene: 11-40
foodintakes
per portion
Lambsquarters (85g)
5916µg235%
Spinach (85g)
5345µg212%
Frozen Peas and carrots (85g)
4843µg192%
Canned Spinach (125ml)
4769µg189%
Boiled Collards (85g)
4092µg162%
Boiled Lambsquarters (85g)
3985µg158%
canned mixed Vegetables (125ml)
3945µg157%
Dandelion greens (65g)
3805µg151%
Raw Spinach (65g)
3657µg145%
Lettuce (65g)
3397µg135%
Boiled Dandelion greens (85g)
3349µg133%
Collards (85g)
3266µg130%
Frozen Kale (85g)
3188µg126%
Swiss Chard (85g)
3104µg123%
Melon (150g)
3030µg120%
Dried Dulse (15g)
2919µg116%
Lettuce, looseleaf, raw (65g)
2888µg115%
Cornsalad (lam's lettuce), raw (65g)
2765µg110%
Cress (65g)
2698µg107%
frozen mixed Vegetables (85g)
2589µg103%
boiled cress (85g)
2372µg94%
Canned Minestrone (250ml)
2244µg89%
Apricot, canned halves with skin, water pack, solids and liquid (150ml)
1802µg72%
Celtuce, raw (85g)
1785µg71%
Pumpkin (85g)
1782µg71%
Chives, freeze-dried (4g)
1639µg65%
Watercress (85g)
1627µg65%
Apricot, raw (140g)
1532µg61%
Parsley, freeze-dried (4g)
1518µg60%
Red bell Pepper (85g)
1380µg55%





Food group ranking ordered by value in beta-carotene

Food group ranking ordered by value in beta-carotene
Food
Group
max intakes
per portion
Vegetables, Vegetable Products23199µg921%
Fruits, Fruit Juices3030µg120%
Soups, Sauces, Gravies2244µg89%
Fast Foods908µg36%
Mixed Dishes604µg24%
Legumes487µg19%
Sweets486µg19%
Beef Products162µg6%
Spices and Herbs138µg5%
Baked Products94µg4%
Fats, Oils74µg3%
Snacks72µg3%
Dairy, Egg Products62µg2%
Nuts, Seeds47µg2%
Cereals44µg2%
Lamb, Veal, Game40µg2%
Finfish, Shellfish20µg1%
Beverages11µg0%
Sausages, Luncheon Meats8.3µg0%
Poultry Products2µg0%
Pork Products1.5µg0%
Breakfast CerealsNR
Plain WatersNR
Sparkling WatersNR





beta-Carotene: daily intakes recommendations

In this website, the minimum threshold has been arbitrarily set to 30 percent of the total Vitamin A intakes.
Depending on the studies or the countries, the conversion ratio from beta-Carotene to Retinol is either 12 to 1, or 6 to 1. In this website, we use the 12 to 1 ratio.