Foodscience of Vermont Natural Vitamin A

Size / Quantity 10,000 IU, 100 Softgels

  • Our Price: £10.83

A dietary supplement available in 10,000 IU softgels that supports skin, eye and immune system health. Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin with multiple functions in the body. It helps cells differentiate, which is an essential part of cell reproduction. Vitamin A also has antioxidant properties essential for proper immune system functioning.

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Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin with multiple functions in the body. It helps cells differentiate, an essential part of cell reproduction. Vitamin A also has antioxidant properties essential for proper immune system functioning. A lack of Vitamin A can cause skin to become dry and hardened, increased susceptibility to infection.

Who is likely to be deficient of Vitamin A?

People who limit their consumption of liver, dairy foods and beta-carotene-containing vegetables. The elderly, people who have problems absorbing nutrients from the intestine and those who abuse mineral laxatives. People with hypothyroidism have an impaired ability to convert beta-carotene to Vitamin A. For this reason, some doctors suggest taking supplemental Vitamin A if they are not consuming adequate amounts in their diet. The earliest deficiency sign is poor night vision. Deficiency symptoms can also include dry skin.

Symptoms of Vitamin A deficiency include:

  • Reduced night vision
  • Night blindness
  • Dry eyes
  • Rough skin
  • Dry skin
  • Poor wound healing

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