I wrote about the importance of Vitamin A previously (you can find it here), and what it does for our bodies. Along with helping with vision, Vitamin A plays a role in the immune system, reproduction, heart health, lung health, and kidney health.
With all of these important functions, it’s good to know where you can get this vital nutrient. I have put together a list of 17 sources of Vitamin A. Why 17 sources you ask? Because 17 just seemed like an underappreciated number, and it felt right.
17 Sources of Vitamin A
- Sweet Potato – 1 Large baked sweet potato will provide 34,592 IU of Vitamin A
- Beef Liver (1 Slice Cooked) – 21,566 IU
- Spinach (1 Cup Cooked) – 18,886 IU
- Butternut Squash (1 Cup Cubes Raw) – 14,882 IU
- Cod Liver Oil (1 Tbsp) – 13,600 IU
- Carrot (Medium, Raw) – 10,191 IU
- Kale (1 Cup Chopped) – 6,693 IU
- Red Pepper (1 Cup Chopped) – 4,655 IU
- NeoVitin (2 Tablets) – 3,500 IU
- Cantaloupe (Medium Wedge) – 2,334 IU
- Carrot Juice (Canned) – 2,256 IU
- Chicken Liver (1 Liver Cooked) – 1890 IU
- Mango (1 Cup, Pieces Raw) – 1,785
- Fortified Instant Oatmeal (1 Packet) – 766 IU
- Mustard Greens (1 Cup Cooked) – 738 IU
- Pumpkin (1 Cup Cooked) – 706 IU
- Swiss Chard (1 Cup Cooked) – 536 IU
This list is far from comprehensive, but it’s a good start to get an idea of what foods have Vitamin A. Keep in mind that there are a lot of sources of Vitamin A in varying amounts. Monitoring your diet is a great way to help get your body the nutrients it needs.
You can also help provide for your diet by taking a daily multivitamin supplement like NeoVitin. With NeoVitin, you provide your body with sensible doses of nutrients like Vitamin A to provide nutritional support.* Click below to learn more about NeoVitin, and how it can help with your nutrition.*