Boost Your Vitamin A Deficiency with These 12 Foods

Integrative nutrition health coach Michelle Cady of New York City claims it also improves cognitive function and immunity.

"Vitamin A can be toxic when stored at high levels in the body," she warned. Presenting twelve healthy choices.

Sweet carrots The daily recommended intake of vitamin A is 5,000 IU, however just one large carrot has 12,028 IU.

"With fruits and vegetables, we get vitamin A in the form of beta carotene, which is converted in to vitamin A in the body," explains Cady.

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Leafy greens Dig green salads? If so, you're lucky. 

A couple big handfuls of the green veggie at lunch will offer your body a huge boost, as there are an astounding 2,813 IU per cup.

Tart Apricots Dried apricots are perfect for those times when you're on the run:

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