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VITAMIN A, 100 soft gels, 10,000 IU
VITAMIN A, 100 soft gels, 10,000 IU
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Vitamin A, 100 softgels, 10,000 IU
$7.25 each for 2 bottles
$6.95 each for 3 bottles
$6.65 each for 4 bottles
$6.25 each for 5 bottles and more


Vitamin A

Vitamin A was first discovered in 1913 when scientists found it could prevent night blindness.

In 1932 it was determined that Beta Carotene, also known as pro-Vitamin A, was the precursor to Vitamin A. When we consume Beta Carotene, Vitamin A is produced naturally by enzymes in the digestive tract that digest Beta Carotene. The fat-soluble Vitamin A is then stored in the liver, where it can remain for long periods of time. Vitamin A occurs naturally only in animal products such as liver, kidney, butter, egg yolks, whole milk and fortified skim milk. Meanwhile, Beta Carotene is found in yellow fruits and vegetables such as carrots, sweet potatoes, squash, apricots, cantaloupe, and in dark leafy vegetables like collards and spinach.

Our natural Vitamin A is derived from cod liver oil and is available in 100 softgels.

Research Indicates:

  • Supports night vision
  • Prevents drying of the cornea
  • Helps the body create effective barriers to infection, thereby supporting healthy immune function
  • Promotes healthy skin


Serving Size: 1 softgel
Servings per Container: 100
Ingredient Quantity Measurement %DV
Vitamin A (from Cod Liver Oil) 10,000 IU 200

Other ingredients: Soybean Oil, Gelatin, Glycerin, Water

Allergen information: Contains fish (cod) and soy ingredients.

Contains NO milk, egg, shellfish, tree nut, wheat, artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives.


Suggested Use: Take one softgel daily with a meal. Typical daily dosage ranges from 10,000 - 25,000 IUs; take 1 softgel daily with a meal.


Do not take this product if you are allergic to seafood.

Vitamin A is a fat-soluble nutrient and can accumulate at toxic levels in fatty tissue, so avoid excessive Vitamin A intake.

Studies indicate a possible relationship between high Vitamin A intake from foods and supplements and the risk of hip fracture among postmenopausal women.

Doses greater than 10,000 IU have caused birth defects, particularly during the first seven weeks of pregnancy. Women who could potentially become pregnant should limit their daily Vitamin A levels to less than 10,000 IU daily and consult a health care practitioner to determine an appropriate dosage.

As always, consult your physician before taking supplements, especially if you have a medical or psychiatric condition, or are pregnant or lactating.

These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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