Vitamin A

Vitamin A

Ingredient: Vitamin A (Beta–Carotene) 10,000 IU:

It’s the most abundant carotenoid (organic pigment) of nature and the most important for human diet, for which its name is given to a whole group of biochemical compounds.  When ingested, the B-carotene is transformed to Vitamin A in the mucous of the small intestine, and this is stored mainly in the liver in the form of esters of retinol.

B-carotene can also be absorbed and stored in the fat tissue without being modified, producing a slight coloration in the palm of the hands and the soles of the feet.

Scientific studies have been made to determine the effects of B-carotene in the health, and results have shown that it can reduce probabilities of heart attacks; it can function as a liposoluble antioxidant and increase the efficiency of the immune system.  Besides, it has demonstrated that it can reduce the probability of incidence of some types of cancer.

Benefits *:

  • Improves and maintains a healthy vision.
  • An anti-viral against infections and colds.
  • Strengthens and develops bones and teeth.
  • Maintains healthy lungs.
  • Relieves gastrointestinal ulcers.
  • Treats and avoids acne.
  • Avoids measles infection.
  • Necessary to relieve and repair tissues.
  • Maintains mucous membranes healthy.
  • Reduces the formation of plaques in the arteries.

Suggested Dose *:

  • 1 softgel daily, with a meal.

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