Vitamin A

Vitamin A
Vitamin A (retinol) is essential for the maintenance of healthy skin and epithelial tissue, which lines many of the body’s internal passages.* Additionally, vitamin A is required for effective immune system function, low-light vision, protein utilization and normal growth and development.*

Vitamin A also functions as an antioxidant, promotes healing and supports a healthy reproductive system.* It is also needed for growth and maintenance of hair, teeth, nails, bones and glands.*

Food Sources:
  • organ meats
  • eggs
  • yellow fruits & vegetables
  • dairy
  • fish
  • fish liver oil

When supplementing, look for products with:
  • water-miscible for faster digestion and greater absorption
  • low in vitamin D
  • 100% pure / free of toxins

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