Vitamin A is a group of fat-soluble substances that are found in animal products. These substances include retinol (an alcohol) and retinal (an aldehyde). Retinal is responsible for production of an acid that affects gene transcription. Vitamin A also includes carotenoids, which are produced by plants. These are transformed to retinal. Fruits and vegetables for example contain beta-carotene, which is converted to vitamin A in the human body.
Vitamin A is well known for its role in maintaining good vision, but it's also important for healthy skin and immune system function. Vitamin A is essential for the development of bones, skin and eyesight. It helps with the strengthening of the immune system and creating resistance to infection and disease. When vitamin A deficiency occurs, a person may suffer from night blindness (caused by inadequate retinol supply), dry skin, poor growth and developmental difficulties.
-Protects Your Eyes from Night Blindness and Age-Related Decline
-Supports a Healthy Immune System
-Reduces Your Risk of Acne
-Supports Bone Health
As a dietary supplement, take one Capsule per day with water, or as prescribe your Healthcare Practitioner.