Here’s the notice, for “Dynamic Action of Carotenoids in Cardioprotection and Maintenance of Cardiac Health,” from Molecules:
We were recently alerted by an anonymous tip that at least two paragraphs in the title review  appeared to be copied verbatim from papers by other authors without attribution. Upon checking these facts we have established that in addition to the parts brought to our attention, large portions of the review are made up of paragraphs copied verbatim from other reviews or books, sometimes cited, but mostly presented without any references other than to the corresponding original primary literature.
Discover blogger Neuroskeptic, whose interests in the integrity of the scientific literature often intersect with ours, was the anonymous tipster, he tells us.
The paper has been cited three times, according to Thomson Scientific’s Web of Knowledge. It’s Das’s 20th retraction.