How to include vitamin a in your diet

How to include vitamin a in your diet

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Set up your juicer, and gather ingredients: oranges, carrots, peaches, apples, celery, cantaloupes, cinnamon.

If you do not have a juicer, or want a different texture, use a blender. For this guide we are using a juicer.

Cut up the fruits and veggies. The smaller the chunk, the easier it will juice.

Add the ingredients to the juicer; remember, do not overload the juicer or it will not work correctly.

Pulp will come out of the juicer, you can re-juice it one or two times to get the most juice possible. After that, it can be composted or thrown away.

All done! Add a sprinkle of cinnamon, or spice of your choice. Enjoy!

The recommended daily intake of Vitamin A is 1500 micrograms (mcg). Cantaloupe: 135.2 mcg; carrot: 509.4 mcg; celery: 17.6 mcg; orange 14.4 mcg; peach 24 mcg.

Here are some other Vitamin A sources you can add to your juice: basil, broccoli, grapefruit, mango, papaya, kale, plum, and watermelon.

A few of the benefits of vitamin A are: vision, skin, bone and tooth growth, gene expression, and reproduction.

The total cost was $26.10 and it made 20 cups of juice. Each 4 oz glass is about $0.80

Watch the video: 26 Foods High in Vitamin A for Healthy Eyes (August 2022).