Facts About Vitamins - Vitamin a (retinol)
|Facts About Vitamins - Vitamin a (retinol)||Darrell Miller||11/30/16|
November 30, 2016 02:59 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Facts About Vitamins - Vitamin a (retinol)
One of the main health problems in the world today is that too many people do not get enough vitamins and minerals in their diet. One such important vitamin is vitamin A or retinol. It is recommended that women get 600-700 micrograms of vitamin A daily in order to help with eyesight, bone formation, and maintain the lining of the digestive tract. However, it is possible to overdose on vitamin A. This can cause dizziness, nausea, and hair loss. It’s important to properly balance your diet to get enough of this supplement.
- Vitamin A is a supplement that aids eyesight and bone formation and other processes in the body.
- women need 600-700 micrograms and 700 for men
- if we don't get enough eyesight, GI issues, skin, and weight loss conditions can appear and if we get too much growth could be impaired and you will feel ill
"Vitamin A – also called Retinol – is an important dietary supplement. It aids eyesight and bone formation, is essential to maintain the lining of the digestive tract and also helps in keeping the eyes, skin and mucous membranes moist."