10 Vitamin A-Rich Foods to Add to Your Diet

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

1. Carrots

The green veggie has 2,813 IU per cup, so a couple handfuls for lunch will enhance your physique.

2. Spinach

If you need a portable snack, try dried apricots. One cup contains 4,685 IU of vitamin A, iron, vitamin B6, and magnesium.

3. Dried Apricots

A big wedge has 3,450 IU of vitamin A, whereas a tiny melon (149 cals) contains 15,000 IU.

4. Cantaloupe

Add red bell peppers to your next stir-fry: One big pepper has 5,135 IU vitamin A.

5. Red Bell Pepper

This may need sitting. One cup of cubed or 5” whole sweet potatoes has 18,869 IU.

6. Sweet Potato

Want something cool? Grab a grapefruit. Each pink or red fruit has 2,830 IU of vitamin A.

7. Grapefruit

One cup of pistachios contains 510 IU of vitamin A. 

8. Pistachios

Broccoli is vitamin A superstar. Fiberous veggies are abundant in protein, vitamin C, calcium, and 3,788 IU per bunch.

9. Broccoli

Half a cup of dried goji berries provides 26,822 IU of vitamin A, making it a terrific snack or oatmeal topping.

10. Goji Berries

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