Vitamin A

Hello. This is Seiranow. This time let’s talk about the vitamin that can enhance your retinal vision also known as Vitamin A

Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin that is insoluble in water and is divided into retinol (Found in animal base food) and β-carotene (Found in green-yellow vegetables). Retinol is absorbed as a vitamin, so be careful not to take too much. On the other hand, β-carotene is converted to provitamin A as much as necessary in the body, and unconverted β-carotene is said to have a strong antioxidant effect.

Vitamin A works to keep the mucous membranes of the skin, oral cavity, gastrointestinal tract, throat, nose, eyes, etc. normal. This is why it is said that eating carrots is good for the eyes. It also maintains the immune system and strengthens resistance to infectious diseases such as colds. In addition, Vitamin A is the main component of rhodopsin and is an important nutrient for eye health. As your eyes get used to it in a dim place, you will gradually be able to see things, and that work is due to rhodopsin.

Vitamin A is not excreted as urine like water-soluble vitamins, so be careful of excess. There is almost no problem in taking it with food, but if you take it as a supplement, please follow the required amount. If possible, it is recommended to take it in the form of β-carotene instead of vitamin A as it is. Vitamin A, C, and E are said to be vitamin ace, and when taken together, they have more antioxidant power, so take them in a well-balanced manne0r.

Vitamin A is recommended for people like.

  • People who are worried about thirst
  • Growing children
  • People who are prone to catch colds
  • People whose hair is dry or damaged
  • People with fragile nails

Seiranow sells a variety of supplements that are made in Japan. You can keep your body healthier by taking supplements that cannot be supplied by just consuming food on a daily basis.

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