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Pure Synergy Organics Carrot Juice Powder -- 7.4 oz


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Pure Synergy Organics Carrot Juice Powder -- 7.4 oz

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Pure Synergy Organics Carrot Juice Powder Description

  • Fresh • Pure • Simple
  • USDA Organic
  • Gluten, Dairy, Additive and GMO Free
  • Kosher
  • Vacuum-Sealed Amber Glass
  • Pure Juice Powder
  • Cold-Processed

With our Pure Synergy® Organics Carrot Juice Powder, we've captured the very best of the carrot in a vibrant, nourishing, sweet-tasting freeze-dried powder sure to please both your taste buds and your health. Our certified organic carrot juice powder is a highly concentrated source of carotenes and other powerful health-supporting phytonutrients with absolutely no added fillers or fibers.

 

 Our Pure Synergy® Organics line offers 100% pure and fresh, nutrient-dense certified organic nutritional powders that are backed by the Synergy reputation for perfected quality and by our obsession to capture the very best of what Mother Nature has to offer.


Directions

Suggested Use: Mix 1½ teaspoons with 4-6 oz filtered water or your favorite juice to make a sweet, refreshing, light carrot juice drink. More or less depending on your personal Preferences.

 

Or add as a boost to your favorite smoothie, baked good, or even to our well-loved Pure Synergy green superfood for extra flavor and nutritional goodness. You can even simply put a teaspoon of this delicious powder on your tongue and let it "dissolve" - you are in for a totally yummy (and healthful) treat!

 

Packaged by weight, not volume; contents may settle. A two-month supply.

Please store away from direct sunlight and heat.

Free Of
Gluten, dairy, additive and GMO.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 3.5 g (1 1/2 teaspoon g)
Servings per Container: About 60
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories15
Carbohydrate3 g<1%
Sugars2 g
Vitamin A (100% as beta-carotene)2800 IU60%
Sodium25 mg1%
Vitamin K12 mcg3%
Potassium95 mg3%
Other Ingredients: Pure Synergy Carrot Juice Powder is a 100% naturally occurring source of healthful phytonutrients including alpha-carotene, carotenoids, falcarinol and falcarindiol.
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5 Unique Ways to Enjoy the Nutrition Benefits of Carrots

As winter wears on, root vegetables are still in season. While many of us may be longing for fresh spring greens, chefs are turning to an unlikely source to add nutrition, color and flavor to the dinner menu. As it turns out, you don’t have to be a rabbit to love carrots!

Carrot Benefits Enjoyed With Orange Smoothie in Mason Jar Mug | Vitacost.com/blog

Nutrition in carrots

According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), one 7-inch long carrot with a 1-¼ inch diameter has 30 calories and zero fat. One carrot also delivers: 3 percent of the daily value (DV) for sodium; 7 percent of the DV for potassium; 2 percent of the DV for total carbohydrates; 8 percent of the DV for dietary fiber; 5 grams of sugar; 1 gram of protein; 10 percent of the DV for vitamin C; 2 percent of the DV for calcium; and 2 of the DV for iron.

The big nutritional bang in carrots comes from 110 percent of the DV for vitamin A. The National Institutes of Health notes that vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin that is important for healthy vision, reproduction and the immune system. Major organs that need vitamin A include the kidneys, lungs and heart.

Carrots take center stage

Packed with flavor and nutrition, it’s no wonder cooks are finding new ways to use carrots. Some restaurants have started incorporating the vegetable into delicate crepes, while others smoke them and roll them in nori to make carrot lox. You might find carrot juice and tequila served in a pepper-rimmed glass at a local bar. Or, look for roasted carrots as a hot dog alternatives at popular vegan cafes.

Is your mouth watering yet? If not, you might just be tired of the classic orange carrot. If carrots bring back memories of overcooked school lunches, consider trying a different variety.

Types of carrots

The orange carrots that we’re used to are cultivars of western varieties. Western carrot varieties got their origin 500 years ago in the Netherlands. These include: Chantenay, Danvers, Imperator and Nantes carrot varieties.

(FYI: the baby carrots you see in the grocery aren’t actually young carrots. They are carrots of a western variety that have been sculpted to be small.)

If you want to really love carrots again, try the eastern varieties. Originally cultivated in Persia over a 1,000 years ago, these carrots are usually white or purple.

Purple carrots are often popular with children, due to their color. But they are also very sweet, which tends to appeal to young palates. Look for Purple Dragon, Cosmic Purple and Purple Haze varieties.

White carrots are thin, and have a mild sweetness. They add pleasant, mild flavor to smoked vegetable dishes. Look for White Satin, Snow White and Lunar White varieties.

Go crazy for carrots

Carrots are a versatile root vegetable. You can add them to nearly any dish. For starters, try adding grated white or purple carrots for a touch of sweetness in your salad. Or, ribbon-cut thick orange carrots and dry roast them, then toss them into a pasta dish.

Here are five additional ways to creatively add carrots to your day: 

1. Pure Synergy Organics Carrot Juice Powder

Simply stir a teaspoon of this 100% pure, organic carrot juice powder into a glass of water for a light, refreshing carrot juice drink. Nutrient dense, it can also be added to smoothies, yogurt or even baked goods for an instant nutrition boost!Pure Synergy Organics Carrot Juice Powder | Vitacost.com/blog

2. Pacific Natural Foods Organic Cashew Carrot Ginger Bisque

No grating or waiting required to enjoy a bowl of creamy, hot carrot soup. This rich bisque features sweet notes of organic coconut, cashews and ginger to compliment naturally sweet carrot flavor. Just pour, heat and serve.

Pacific Natural Foods Organic Cashew Carrot Ginger Bisque | Vitacost.com/blog

3. Tillen Farms Crispy Pickled Carrots

Bring instant elegance to an appetizer tray by arranging flavorful pickled carrot strips with cream cheese-filled celery stalks. Or, chop them and add to a cucumber-dill salad.

Tillen Farms Pickled Crispy Carrots | Vitacost.com/blog

4. FlapJacked Carrot Spice Protein Pancake and Baking Mix

With no artificial or genetically modified ingredients, and a whopping 20 grams of protein per 1/2-cup serving, this easy-to-use (just add water!) mix lets you make better-for-you pancakes or breakfast muffins that taste like a carrot cake dessert.

FlapJacked Carrot Spice Protein Pancake and Baking Mix | Vitacost.com/blog

5. Shea Terra Organics Egyptian Carrot Seed Oil 

Let it sink in: your skin can benefit from carrot nutrition, too! Apply this nourishing, wrinkle-fighting oil topically for vitamins A and C, beta-carotene and micronutrients to naturally promote elasticity and moisture. Shea Terra Organics Egyptian Carrot Seed Oil | Vitacost.com/blog

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