What the Research Says
We know that Vitamin A is vital for eye health – particularly your retina – and affects how well you see in the dark. Your immune system also uses vitamin A to help it to ward off illness and infection.
What the Nutritionist says
A fat soluble vitamin, that looks after your eye health particularly the retina. Vitamin A is converted from beta caratone in the body and also supports a healthy immune system in the gut.
How It Helps
Low levels of vitamin A are associated with increased risk of eysight issues and also night blindness. In fact, one of the oldest diseases known to man is nutritional night blindness.Vitamin A is the precursor to the visual pigments in the retina, known as rods and cones.
Vitamin A 5000
5000iu Vitamin A (Retinol)
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