5 Signs Your Body Lacks Vitamin A, And 10 Foods You Should Eat To Boost Your Vitamin A Levels


Viral News Boy :- Vitamins play important roles in our maintaining many vital body functions. Without vitamins and minerals, our bodies will break down. One of such important vitamin is vitamin A. 

Vitamin A is an important fat soluble vitamin that plays a lot of roles in ensuring all-round wellbeing. Vitamin A plays a number of roles in your body, some of them include;

1.      Maintain healthy vison

2.      Supports the immune system

3.      Renews and repairs tissues

4.      It supports healthy growth

5.      It boosts the immune system

6.      It helps in ensuring normal functioning of the organs

7.      It helps in maintaining healthy teeth and skin 

The most common source of vitamin A is through the foods we eat. Unfortunately, not many get enough vitamin A from the foods they eat. Deficiency in vitamin A can lead to severe health problems including blindness. If you notice any of these signs, it means you are vitamin A deficient;

1.      Night blindness 

Deficiency in vitamin A can lead to night blindness a condition which makes you unable to see anything at night or when it is dark. Night blindness is the most common symptom of vitamin A deficiency.

2.      Slow wound healing 

Vitamin A aids repair of cells and tissues, it also aids the production of collagen, a protein that is needed for healthy skin. Collagen helps to heal wounds quickly, however, deficiency in vitamin A can cause your wounds to heal slower than normal.

3.      Slow growth 

If you notice that you are not growing the way you should, if is as a result of vitamin A deficiency. Vitamin A supports healthy growth by creating new growth cells. Deficiency in vitamin A slows down growth and it leads to a medical condition known as stunted growth.

4.      Poor immune system 

Vitamin A plays an important role in maintaining a healthy immune system. It helps to boost your immune system and reduce your susceptibility to illnesses. When there isn’t enough vitamin A in the body, it puts you at a higher risk of constantly falling sick.

Deficiency in vitamin A is very bad for your healthy and it should be avoided at all costs. Having a balanced diet packed with vitamin A rich food is the best way you can increase your vitamin A levels. Some vitamin A rich foods include;

1.      Carrot

2.      Grapefruit

3.      Sweet potato

4.      Mango

5.      Tangerine 

6.      Boiled eggs

7.      Liver

8.      Cheese and other dairy products

9.      Mackerel

10.  Spinach          

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