Name (common): Vitamin A


General description:

Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin. It is derived from two sources: preformed retinoids and provitamin carotenoids. Retinoids, such as retinal and retinoic acid, are found in animal sources such as liver, kidney, eggs, and dairy produce. Carotenoids such as beta-carotene (which has the highest vitamin A activity) are found in plants such as dark or yellow vegetables and carrots.


Functions and general science:

It is important for the absorption of vitamin A that individuals consume a healthy amounts of fat in their diet. Vitamin A is involved in a range of functions the body, including eyesight and night vision, healthy skin and immunity.


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