21 Best Foods for Vitamin A Source

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Molecule form of Vitamin A provided by Giorgiogp2Vitamin A is also known as Retinal, Beta Carotene, or Vitamin A Retinol. It’s trade name is Aquasola. There are two forms of Vitamin A can be found in foods, Retinol and Carotene form. Carotene form consists of Alpha-Carotene, Beta-Carotene, Gamma-Carotene, and Beta-Cryptoxanthin (or Xanthophyll). Since Vitamin A is a fat-soluble, it is very easy to overdose on it. Vitamin A is very good for the retina of the eye which can improve the low-light vision and the color vision.

The Health Benefits of Vitamin A are:

– Improves Eyesight
– Supports Good Vision
– Fights Viral Infections
– Protects from Viral Infections
– Reduces Chances of Night Blindness
– Moisturizes Skin
– Moisturizes Eyes
– Moisturizes Mucous
– Antioxidant Support
– Protects from Free Radicals

So, here is the list of the Fruits, Vegetables, Meats, and Dairy which contain lots of Vitamin A. 100 Grams of each of these Fruits or Vegetables equals to its percentage of Daily Value based on a 2,000 calorie diet, and your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs. So, remember that these amounts of Vitamin A are for 100 grams of each specific food source:

1.- Cod Liver Fish Oil = 2,000% of Vitamin A

2.- Pan-Fried Beef Liver = 522% of Vitamin A

3.- Baked Sweet Potatoes in skin and with Salt = 384% of Vitamin A

4.- Raw Carrots = 334% of Vitamin A

5.- Raw Broccoli Leaves = 320% of Vitamin A

6.- Pan-Fried Chicken Liver = 288% of Vitamin A

7.- Cooked Dandelion Greens with Salt = 291% of Vitamin A

8.- Cooked Kale with Salt = 272% of Vitamin A

9.- Raw Mustard Greens = 210% of Vitamin A

10.- Raw Spinach = 188% of Vitamin A

11.- Raw Romaine Lettuce = 174% of Vitamin A

12.- Cooked Turnip Greens with Salt = 153% of Vitamin A

13.- Raw Pumpkin = 148% of Vitamin A

14.- Raw Collard Greens = 133% of Vitamin A

15.- Cooked Swiss Chard with Salt = 122% of Vitamin A

16.- Baked Winter Squash without Salt = 104% of Vitamin A

17.- Cooked Taro Leaves with Salt = 85% of Vitamin A

18.- Raw Cantaloupe Melon = 68% of Vitamin A

19.- Raw Fresh Raw Sweet Red Bell Pepper = 63% of Vitamin A

20.- Raw Broccoli Flower Clusters = 60% of Vitamin A

21.- Salted Butter = 50% of Vitamin A

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