Vitamin A

Vitamin A, a fat soluble vitamin, is present in many different forms including Retinyl Palmitate, Retinol, Retinaldehyde, Retinyl Propionate and Retinoic Acid. Vitamin A should play an important part of any diet as Vitamin A assists in many essential functions within the body. It is has been shown that all forms of Vitamin A will eventually be taken up into the body and converted to the strongest form namely Retinoic Acid.  Studies have shown that the nucleus of each cell contains a retinoid receptor, allowing Vitamin A in the form of Retinoic Acid, to attach itself to each cell and essentially ‘switch-on’ the cell, resulting in healthier cell functioning.

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