Vitamin A is called

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Monis Rasool Professor Asked on 3rd April 2015 in Health & Fitness.
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Answer: Retinol

Vitamin A is a fast-soluble vitamin that is naturally present in many foods, for normal vision Vitamin A is most important. Vitamins are organic compounds that are necessary for normal growth and maintenance of life. If we did not consume adequate amounts of vitamins out bodies would not be able to function properly. Vitamin are essential to so many processes within the body.

Vitamin A works in our immunological system strengthening membranes thus fighting infections, it work in our eyes aiding vision. The amount of Vitamin A need depends on your age and reproductive status. Vitamin A plays a vital role in bone growth, reproduction and immune system by making white blood cells, which fight off viruses and bacteria.

RE: Vitamin A is called

Vitamin A is fat-soluble is found in many foods and is added to some foods, such as milk, butter, cheese, egg, meat and meat products, and In plants, Vitamin A occurs in  carotene such as yellow vegetables, spinach, beet greens, carrots and turnips.

Vitamin A is found naturally in many foods these like are:

Cod liver oil, Liver (beef, pork, fish), dandelion greens, sweet potato, carrot, broccoli, broccoli, butter, kale, spinach, pumpkin, collard greens, cheddar cheese, cantaloupe melon, egg, apricot, papaya, mango, pea, milk, tomatoes, seaweed.

Monis Rasool Professor Answered on 4th April 2015.
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