"Purple carrots (usually orange or white inside) have even more beta carotene than their orange cousins, and get their pigment from anthocyanins, these pigments act as powerful antioxidants that protect key cell components, grabbing and holding on to harmful free radicals in the body. Anthocyanins also help prevent heart disease by slowing blood clotting and are good anti inflammatory agents."Like all carrots, you can feed us the equivalent of one baby carrot per pig per day.
|Orange on the inside, purple on the outside!|
|The contrasting colors on these things looks so cool!|
|Human, we're going to need a refill soon!|