Vitamin A, also known as Retinol or Retinoic Acid, is important for or immune system, vision, growth, cell division, and reproduction. Vitamin A also contains powerful antioxidants to help protect our cells from the harmful effects of free radicals found in the environment.
Many foods are rich in Vitamin A such as spinach, liver, and dairy products. Since our body naturally converts beta-carotene into Vitamin A, foods rich in beta-carotene are also good sources such as green leafy vegetables, carrots, and cantaloupe.
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