Start Eating These 26 Foods The Moment You Notice Your Vision Getting Worse

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Vitamin A is vital for a healthy vision, and its optimized levels in the body prevent dry eyes, eye inflammations, and night time blindness.

This vitamin is also helpful in the treatment of some other health issues.  The recommended daily intake of this vitamin for adults is 5000 IU.

Today, we will reveal 26 foods rich in vitamin A, whose consumption will help you increase its levels in the body and thus improve your vision:

  1. Tomatoes

Tomatoes are rich in vitamins and minerals, and low in calories. Namely, one medium tomato supplies the body with 20% of daily Vitamin A. Moreover, tomatoes are an excellent source of Vitamin C and lycopene.

Serving Size (1 medium), 1025 IU of Vitamin A (20% DV), 22 calories.

  1. Cantaloupe

Cantaloupe is high in vitamins and nutrients, but low in fat and calories.  Only one wedge provides 120% of the recommended daily amount of Vitamin A.

Serving Size (1 wedge, or 1/8 medium melon), 5986 IU of Vitamin A (120% DV), 23 calories.

  1. Beef Liver

Beef liver is a rich source of Vitamins C and A, and a great remedy in the case of anemia. A 100-gram serving of beef liver contains 300% of the daily needs of Vitamin A.

Serving Size (100 grams), 16898 IU of Vitamin A (338% DV), 135 calories.

  1. Iceberg Lettuce

The lighter green Iceberg lettuce variety is loaded with Vitamin A, and a cup of Iceberg lettuce contains only 10 calories, so it is an excellent, healthy, and tasty meal, which will provide numerous nutrients.

Serving Size (1 cup shredded), 361 IU of Vitamin A (7% DV), 10 calories.

  1. Peaches

Peaches are highly nutritious fruits, and a rich source of potassium, iron, magnesium, Vitamin C, calcium, and phosphorus. Also, a medium-sized peach contains 10% of the amount the average person needs daily.

Serving Size (1 medium), 489 IU of Vitamin A (10% DV), 59 calories.

  1. Sweet Potatoes

Sweet potatoes are full of nutrients and have a delicious taste. A medium sweet potato gives 438% of the average adult’s Vitamin A needs for the day, and has only 103 calories.

Serving Size (1 medium), 21909 IU of Vitamin A (438% DV), 103 calories.

  1. Red Bell Peppers

The tasty and versatile red peppers are full of vitamin A, C, and lycopene.

Serving Size (1 medium), 3726 IU of Vitamin A (75% DV), 37 calories.

  1. Cod Liver Oil

Cod liver oil can be consumed in two forms, both liquid and capsule form, and is loaded with Vitamin D, Vitamin A, and omega 3 fatty acids.

Serving Size (1 tablespoon), 14000 IU of Vitamin A (280% DV), 126 calories.

  1. Turkey Liver

Turkey liver is loaded with vitamins and minerals. A 100-gram turkey liver provides 1507% of the recommended daily value of Vitamin A.

Serving Size (100 grams), 75333 IU of Vitamin A (1507% DV), 273 calories.

  1. Mangoes

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