ingredient information
Vitamin A Retinol Palmitate
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Vitamin A is very important for maintaining good vision. In fact, the first sign of a vitamin A deficiency is often night blindness. Vitamin A also contributes to the maintenance of healthy skin and mucous membranes that line the nose, sinuses, and mouth. Research has shown that this nutrient is necessary for proper immune system function, growth, bone formation, reproduction, and wound healing. Animal studies also suggest that it provides some protection from toxic chemicals such as dioxins. (Dioxins are released into the air from combustion processes such as commercial waste incineration and burning fuels like wood, coal or oil. These chemicals can also be found in cigarette smoke.)Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin. This means you dont need it every day because any of the vitamin your body doesnt need immediately is stored for future use. If youre pregnant, you should avoid eating liver because it contains a lot of vitamin A.