Dried apricots contain Vitamin A in the form of carotenoids beta carotene and which support night vision.
Carrots have plenty of vitamin A, which are well known for the improvement of the eyes, skincare, and it prevents constipation. Also, promotes gut health.
Pooled with nutrients and antioxidants, spinach helps to heal skin from sun damage and further promotes skin radiance.
Tomatoes are a rich source of Vitamin A, C and antioxidants such as lycopene and are beneficial to reduce the risk of skin cancer.
Promotes hair growth and keeps them moist so that it can produce the sebum property which contains vitamin A in abundance.
Pumpkin seeds have tremendous nutrients including, vitamin A, calcium, phosphorus, potassium and various minerals good for health care.
It helps to decrease marks on one’s skin and also contains vitamin A and D.
Packed with minerals, broccoli is a rich source of vitamin A.
Researches indicate that vitamin A which is usually found in the blood can be increased by eating sweet potatoes.
Peas are an origin of vitamins A, C and K which boost the immune system.