The Amazing Effects of Vitamin A and What Foods it is in.
Vitamin A improves eyesight.
Vitamin A not only improves eyesight there are processes throughout the whole body that require vitamin A to function properly.
It is useful for people who smoke to have extra vitamin A as it has been shown that a decent intake of vitamin A decreases the chances of lung cancer. This is due to antioxidant activity of vitamin A.
Vitamin A has been shown to be a useful treatment (in conjunction with a healthy diet and other specific treatments) for Chron’s disease.
Our individual cells undergo oxidization if they don’t have sufficient vitamin A and vitamin E. These vitamins are necessary antioxidants.
Most cancer is a combination of a vitamin deficiency resulting from body toxicity blocking the vitamins from getting to where they need to go. Detoxing the body while being sure to getting the nutrition you need through clean foods will help recovery without dangerous procedures.
Good sources of vitamin A include dark green vegetables/greens, egg yolks, liver, carrots and other orange colored fruits/vegetables.