Translation of vitamin A in Spanish:

vitamin A

vitamina A, n.

noun

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    vitamina A feminine
    • There are more than enough wild or underutilized highly nutritious plants that provide vitamin A and other nutrients.
    • The vitamin A in protein sources is real vitamin A, no processing required.
    • Laboratory tests only showed low carotene and vitamin A, indicating malabsorption.
    • For instance, vitamin A and folate are concentrated in liver.
    • It is also a good source of iron, vitamin A and some B vitamins.
    • That's twice the iron and fiber and four times the vitamin A and calcium you'd get from romaine.
    • Retinol is a vitamin A derivative and is the first antioxidant to be widely used in OTC wrinkle creams.
    • A cup provides a quarter of your daily requirement of vitamin C, plus vitamin A and potassium.
    • The primary nutrients in salad greens are folate, vitamin A and C, and potassium.
    • Beta carotene is converted to vitamin A in the intestine and then absorbed by the body.
    • Try foods that contain vitamin A and beta carotene, such as carrots, yams and cantaloupe.
    • Vitamin C, vitamin A, carotene, and animal tissue all facilitate the absorption of iron from food.
    • He and his party spent an Arctic winter in hope of rescue but they all died and the cause of death was thought to be the vitamin A in the animals' livers.
    • Look for a multivitamin that uses beta carotene for most or all of its vitamin A content.
    • However, the important point is the final content of vitamin A in irradiated animals.
    • While vitamin A is crucial for normal fetal growth and development, too much of it may cause birth defects.
    • Adding vitamin A to foods is one way around the problem, although few fortified foods have been tested in randomised trials.
    • The fact that it is one of the most nutritious of vegetables, containing large amounts of vitamin A, folic acid and calcium, is an added extra.
    • Some nutrients, like vitamin A, can build up to toxic levels in your body and can cause birth defects.
    • The most important nutrients in all green vegetables are vitamin C, vitamin A, folate and potassium.