Eaten Cantaloupe Has One Of The Biggest Effects

There are a number of fat-soluble molecules that fall under the umbrella name "vitamin A."

In contrast to water-soluble vitamins, fat-soluble vitamins need a supply of fat in order to be properly absorbed and used.

As preformed vitamin A and as carotenoids, vitamin A is present in animal sources and in fruits and vegetables.

Because they must be converted to an active form of Vitamin A in the body, provitamin A carotenoids vary from animal-based preformed forms of vitamin A.

Beta carotene is the carotenid present in vitamin A-containing plants, such as cantaloupe.

Powerful anti-oxidants, carotenoids have been linked to a lower risk of cancer and heart disease in several studies.

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