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Vitamin A Facts

What is vitamin A?

Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin. Vitamin A is available in 2 forms: Retinol and Carotene. The most purest form of vitamin a is Retinol and the Carotene form is converted into Retinol and stored in the liver.

Uses of Vitamin A

Vitamin A is one of the most important vitamins for good health. This vitamin is highly essential for the human body for the following reasons: - It helps cells reproduce normally. - It is needed for good vision. Vitamin A maintains healthy cells in various structures of the eye.
- Vitamin A is required for normal growth and development of the embryo and fetus.
- For normal reproductive function and also normal growth, vitamin A is required.
- Vitamin A is essential for healthy skin.
- It is also helpful in the renewal of body tissues.
- Vitamin A protects the body from infections. Infact this vitamin is also known as "anti-infective" vitamin for its protective role.
- It helps in preserving healthy bones and teeth.

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