What Is Vitamin A Good For? It Turns Out a Lot of Things
|What Is Vitamin A Good For? It Turns Out a Lot of Things||Darrell Miller||02/21/19|
February 21, 2019 07:57 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: What Is Vitamin A Good For? It Turns Out a Lot of Things
Vitamin A has numerous health benefits, and is a nutrient that most people already get a sufficient amount of. Vitamin A is found in meats, eggs, seafood, fruits and vegetables. Vitamin A helps your eyesight. However, too much Vitamin A can actually cause blurred vision. Vitamin A is also known for helping your skin via retinoids. It also helps your immune system. Some studies have linked Vitamin A with a lower risk of cancer, although the science is not conclusive.
- Many persons in the developed world need not worry about their intake of vitamin A because they already get enough from their diet.
- The World Health Organization doesn’t recommend supplementation for anyone living in countries like America because people already eat the things that contain it like eggs and meat.
- Vitamin A deficiency results in eyesight issues and this is very well demonstrated in developing countries where supplementation is being proposed.
"But even if you don't have to worry about getting enough vitamin A in your diet, it's still important to know what it does in the body — here's what we know about it."
Read more: https://www.womansday.com/health-fitness/nutrition/g25895881/what-is-vitamin-a-good-for/