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Everyone knows that vitamin A is an essential nutrient for our vision. It assists in the prevention of night blindness as well as dry eyes and other vision problems. Vitamin A can help treat other health problems as well, so consuming foods rich in makes perfect sense. If you’re wondering which foods are rich in vitamin A, here’s an extensive list: CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE >> —Carlene Henry
This orange vegetable has a reputation for a reason. Packed with beta-carotene, an antioxidant which is converted into vitamin A (4). One medium carrot alone contains 200% of your daily value of vitamin A (5).
Plus, one major study found that beta-carotene combined with zinc, vitamin C, vitamin E and copper (which are all found in carrots too) can slow the progression of macular degeneration (6).
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