Vitamin A garrett tempel

Mineral-a solid inorganic substance of natural occurrence

Vitamin-a group of organic compounds that are essential for normal growth and nutrition and are required in small quantities in the diet because they cannot be synthesized by the body.

Water soluble- is able to dissolved in water.

Fat soluble-is soluble in oils or fats

Vitamin A - is a fat-soluble vitamin important for normal vision, tissue growth, and healthy skin

It is an important role in the growth and development of several systems in the body.

Top 3 foods for vitamin a 1.Beef liver 2.Carrots 3.Sweet potato

Men should have 900 micrograms daily. Women should have 700 micrograms daily

high intakes of some forms of vitamin A can be harmful. Getting too much preformed vitamin A can cause dizziness, nausea, headaches, coma, and even death.

The most common symptom of vitamin A deficiency in young children and pregnant women is an eye condition called xerophthalmia. Xerophthalmia is the inability to see in low light, and it can lead to blindness if it isn't treated.

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