Carrots Turn Me Orange

Little Leo Barnett has been nicknamed the ‘Tango kid’ because carrots turn him ORANGE. The three-year-old, from Odiham, Hampshire, is believed to be the only person in the UK to suffer from Hyper-beta carotenemia. The condition means his body cannot digest carotene, found in things like carrots and oranges. It causes the carotene to build up in his body, turning him orange.

Little Leo Barnett has been nicknamed the 'Tango kid' because carrots turn him ORANGE. The three-year-old, from Odiham, Hampshire, is believed to be the only person in the UK to suffer from Hyper-beta carotenemia. The condition means his body cannot digest carotene, found in things like carrots and oranges. It causes the carotene to build up in his body, turning him orange.

Little Leo Barnett has been nicknamed the 'Tango kid' because carrots turn him ORANGE. The three-year-old, from Odiham, Hampshire, is believed to be the only person in the UK to suffer from Hyper-beta carotenemia. The condition means his body cannot digest carotene, found in things like carrots and oranges. It causes the carotene to build up in his body, turning him orange.

Little Leo Barnett has been nicknamed the 'Tango kid' because carrots turn him ORANGE. The three-year-old, from Odiham, Hampshire, is believed to be the only person in the UK to suffer from Hyper-beta carotenemia. The condition means his body cannot digest carotene, found in things like carrots and oranges. It causes the carotene to build up in his body, turning him orange.

Little Leo Barnett has been nicknamed the 'Tango kid' because carrots turn him ORANGE. The three-year-old, from Odiham, Hampshire, is believed to be the only person in the UK to suffer from Hyper-beta carotenemia. The condition means his body cannot digest carotene, found in things like carrots and oranges. It causes the carotene to build up in his body, turning him orange.