by David Benjamin
About 90% of vitamin A is stored in your liver so it also impacts and improves liver health. In order to have sufficient levels of vitamin A you need to eat vitamin A rich foods to ensure that you do not have a deficiency. Conversely, if you have a vitamin A deficiency you’ll definitely want to make it a habit to eat these foods more often to feed your body and restore your levels.
The Top 9 Foods That Contain Vitamin A
2. Sweet Potatoes
6. Free Range Pastured Organic Eggs
7. Meat (specifically kidney & liver)
You’ll notice that on the above list of foods most of these foods are orange in color. This is because whole foods (fruits & veggies) that are orange in color tend to be richer in carotenoids and beta-carotene which are sources of vitamin A. So be sure to eat orange fruits and vegetables in general as they may contain more vitamin A! Vitamin A is also known as retinol (in case this has confused you in the past).
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