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Vitamin A

Vitamin A (also: retinol, beta-carotene): For good eyesight

Description and function

The fat-soluble vitamin A is particularly important for the eyesight, skin and the immune system. It regulates the light-dark vision, is important for the formation and maintenance of skin cells and mucous membranes and the immune system. The precursor of this vitamin, beta-carotene, is an antioxidant in the body.

The recommended daily requirement for women is 0.8 mg, for men 1 mg.

Foods high in vitamin A / retinol

Vitamin A is found particularly rich in liver, egg yolk, fish, milk and dairy products. Beta-carotene is contained primarily in carrots, red peppers and spinach.

  Liver dumpling 120 g8.83 mg
 100 g Oliebol (oil balls) 100 g0.15 mg
 100 g Figs, fresh 100 g0.02 mg
 Spread Butter 10 g0.07 mg
  Apple rings, baked 150 g0.12 mg
 1 serving Pancake 150 g0.33 mg
  Obatzter 50 g0.07 mg
 100 g Apricot, fresh 100 g0.3 mg
  Doner kebab, mutton 360 g0.04 mg
 1 chop Pork, cutlet 150 g0.02 mg
 1 serving Spaghetti, with tomato sauce 305 g0.18 mg
 1 piece Raisin bun 50 g0.06 mg
 100 g Pawpaw, raw 100 g0.05 mg
 1 piece Avocado, fresh 250 g0.05 mg
 1 serving Spaghetti alla Bolognese 400 g0.24 mg
 1 glass Tomato juice 200 ml0.16 mg
 1 serving Toast Hawaii 170 g0.19 mg
 1 medium sized Hen's egg 55 g0.15 mg
 1 serving Calamari, deep-fried 300 g0.21 mg
 1 serving Minestrone (Italian soup) 250 ml0.4 mg

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 Vitamin A
 Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)
 Vitamin B12
 Vitamin B6
 Vitamin C
 Vitamin D
 Vitamin E
 Vitamin H (Biotin)
 Vitamin K

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