As a result of metabolic disorders, a boy in England so like a chameleon because of his skin color can vary. If you eat too many carrots, the color of his skin will gradually become orange as a carrot to eat.
Leo Barnett (3 years), the boy from Hampshire suffered a rare condition called hyper-beta carotenemia. The new condition was first discovered in Britain this makes the body unable to metabolize Barnett beta carotene contained in carrots.
In the carrots and other fruits and vegetables, beta carotene is the womb that gives the color orange or orange. While inside the human body, beta-carotene is converted into vitamin A is needed for the immune system and maintain eye health.
Being unable to process beta-carotene, a compound of excess body Barnett would thus giving an orange color of his skin color changed. In addition, the body resistance is also decreased because no one is converted into vitamin A that Barnett susceptible to infection. (more…)