Vitamin A

Vitamin A.

Vitamin A has several important functions. Mainly known for preserving your ability to see in the dark and preventing age-related eyesight degradation, other benefits include aiding skin cell renewal and helping to ensure that your body’s immune system works properly.

  • Eye Health

    Eye Health

  • Heart Health

    Heart Health

  • Immunity

    Immunity


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Benefits of Vitamin A

Vitamin A has several important functions. Mainly known for preserving your ability to see in the dark and preventing age-related eyesight degradation, other benefits include aiding skin cell renewal and helping to ensure that your body’s immune system works properly.

Supports:

Skin cell renewal, immunity, hair, skin and nails

Protects against:

Eyesight degradation, ageing skin

Tastes of:

Cherry

Milligram per serving:

1600mcg

Percentage of NRV per serving:

200%

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Here at Nourished, we’re passionate about the science behind each stack. Here are just a couple of the scientific studies supporting our work;


Research & studies

Role of Vitamin A in the Immune System
Department of Pathology and Physiopathology, Guilin Medical University, China


What is vitamin A and why do we need it?
Clare Gilbert, Co-director: International Centre for Eye Health, Disability Group, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine


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