Eat your carrots and you’ll never have to wear those glasses again.
Okay, not exactly true, but stocking up on vitamin A-rich foods will definitely aid in keeping your eyesight sharp as a tack.
But that's not all. The fat-soluble vitamin also helps boost immune function and skin health, plus it ensures your heart, kidneys and lungs are working like a charm. And (holy hell!) it might even impact sperm production too. Need we say more?
Your daily recommended dose of vitamin A is 900 mcg of retinol activity equivalents—fancy name, yes, but all you have to do is focus on reaching the number, which is actually pretty damn easy to get from food. Click through and let us show you how.
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