Vitamin A Rich Foods to Include in Your Diet
23 December 2021
By Sumita Thomas
Vitamin A is essential micronutrient that the cannot be produced by the human body and must be obtained from Vitamin A based diets
One whole sweet potato, baked in its skin, provides 1,403 mcg Trusted Source of vitamin A, which is 156% of the DV.
Carrots are rich in beta carotene. Half a cup of raw carrots contains 459 mcgTrusted Source of vitamin A and 51% of the DV.
An excellent source of plant-based protein, and fiber. A cup of boiled black eyed peas contains 66 mcg Trusted Source of vitamin A and 7% of the DV
Contains a wealth of nutrients.
Each half-cup of boiled spinach provides 573 mcg Trusted Source of vitamin A, which is 64% of the DV
Broccoli is another healthful source of vitamin A, with a half-cup providing 60 mcg Trusted Source, which is 7% of a person’s DV
A whole, raw mango contains 112 mcg Trusted Source of vitamin A, or 12% of the DV
Ten dried apricot halves contain 63 mcg Trusted Source of vitamin A, which is 7% of the DV. Dried fruits are also high in fiber and antioxidants
A half-cup of this summer melon provides 135 mcg Trusted Source of vitamin A, which is 15% of the DV
A three-quarter cup serving of tomato juice contains 42 mcg Trusted Source of vitamin A, which is 5% of the DV
A 3-oz serving of pickled Atlantic herring provides 219 mcg Trusted Source of vitamin A, or 24% of a person’s DV
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