Vitamin A
Vitamin A
Description :

Vitamin A (retinol, retinoic acid) is a nutrient important to vision, growth, cell division, reproduction and immunity. Vitamin A also has antioxidant properties.

Antioxidants are substances that might protect your cells against the effects of free radicals — molecules produced when your body breaks down food or is exposed to tobacco smoke and radiation. Free radicals might play a role in heart disease, cancer and other diseases.

Source :

Liver Goose

9.31 mg


Carrots

0.835 mg


Sweet Potato

0.709 mg


Carrots (Baby)

0.69 mg


Spinach

0.469 mg


Pumpkin

0.426 mg


Onion (Welsh)

0.4 mg


Kale

0.241 mg


Duck egg

0.194 mg


Goose egg

0.187 mg


Turkey Egg

0.166 mg


Chicken Egg

0.16 mg


Quail egg

0.156 mg


Spinach salad

0.14553 mg


Pumpkin flower

0.097 mg


Pumpkin leaves

0.097 mg


Apricot

0.096 mg


Tomatoes Orange

0.075 mg


Cherries (Sour)

0.064 mg


Chicken Thigh

0.059 mg


Mango

0.054 mg


Onion (Green)

0.05 mg


Tomatoes Red

0.042 mg


Acerola

0.038 mg


Tomatoes Green

0.032 mg


Broccoli

0.031 mg


Guava

0.031 mg


Watermelon

0.028 mg


Orange Roughy

0.021 mg


Apple (Rose)

0.017 mg


Pepper (Banana)

0.017 mg


Peaches (Yellow)

0.016 mg


Orange (Kumquat)

0.015 mg


Apple (Mammy)

0.012 mg


Orange (navels)

0.012 mg


Blackberries

0.011 mg


Orange (Florida)

0.011 mg


Dried Strawberry

0.009 mg


Avocado

0.007 mg


Abiyuch

0.005 mg


Cucumber

0.005 mg


Kiwi (Green)

0.004 mg


Banana

0.003 mg


Blueberries

0.003 mg


Cherries (Sweet)

0.003 mg


Cranberries

0.003 mg


Apple (Custard)

0.002 mg


Apple (Fuji)

0.002 mg


Lime

0.002 mg


Lime Juice

0.002 mg


Pears (Prickly)

0.002 mg


Raspberries

0.002 mg


Apple (Gala)

0.001 mg


Eggplant

0.001 mg


Lemon

0.001 mg


Pears (Bartlett)

0.001 mg


Pears (Bosc)

0.001 mg


Strawberry

0.001 mg




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