We receive plant-derived Vitamin A from carotenoids such as beta carotene, which exist in large doses, for example, in carrots and sweet potatoes.
Science has discovered:(link )
Plant-derived Vitamin A doesn’t become efficiently absorbed by our body.
Signs for Vitamin A deficiency:
Some of the first early signs of Vitamin A deficiency are coarse dry skin, damage to the cornea, disintegration of nails, and difficulty with night vision and exposure to light. A more serious deficiency will harm the body’s immunity to diseases and infections.
Vitamin A is accessible to our bodies in the following foods:
Liver, cheese, eggs, fatty fish (like mackerel), full-fat milk, yogurt.
This is just one of the many tips for your body and skin which you can find in my book. But you shouldn’t just make do with collecting the random tips that I publish in order to encourage you to read the whole book. You should read everything in an organized and structured way - that’s what it was written for!