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Rich in Vitamin A, the benefits of dried apricots also extend to minerals like Iron, Calcium, Potass.....

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Do you think twice before eating anything? If yes, then there is no need to wonder about the calorie.....

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Say goodbye to the unhealthy snacks and add some healthy snacks in your routine. Fruits are best to .....

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Used in almost every type of cuisine Conscious Food Organic Black Pepper (Kali Mirch) is the perfect.....

In Stock Conscious Food Organic Black Pepper (Kali Mirch) 100gm Quick View
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Conscious Food Organic Black Pepper also known as Kali Mirch is spicy condiment with marvelous healt.....

In Stock Bonne Maman Peach Preserve 370gm Quick View
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Bonne Maman is one of the leading producers worldwide of organic jams and preserves which are of the.....

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Good old Tomato Soup couldn’t be any better with Batchelors Slim a Soup Tomato! Sip by sip, you will.....

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Luscious, creamy and loaded with tomato and basil flavors, Batchelors Cup A Soup Rich Tomato Ba.....

Vitamins are the essential components which need to be included in your diet. Vitamin A is a powerful antioxidant and is often touted as a nutrient that helps you to see in the dark. This mineral occurs in two forms: One is Active Vitamin A and other is Beta- carotene. The active Vitamin can be directly used by the body. It comes from foods that are animal derived. It also known as Retinol is a fat soluble type and is stored in the liver. The another form of Vitamin is called Beta Carotene. It comes from colorful fruits and vegetables. It is later converted to retinol in the body. 

A vitamin that is very vital for your eyes, irrespective of its type, it is an essential nutrient which plays a vital role in several other bodily functions and not only your eye health. It aids in bone growth, immunity supporting and reproduction. It also helps in fighting inflammation.  It kindles the production of immune building WBC’s and regulates healthy cell division. According to certain research, this essential component is also linked with anti-cancer benefits. It is a vital nutrient for healthy growth of embryos and is considered as one of the important food components for pregnant women. Consuming vitamin A rich foods can help you stay young naturally and enhance your beauty. A dearth of this essential component can be life threating. One of the earliest signs of deficiency is night blindness, which can further result in complete blindness. It can also lead to loss of moisture from the skin, leading to dryness and scaling, which can have a negative effect the of the respiratory, digestive and urinary tract. It can also cause severe growth retardation in children. If a pregnant woman suffers from the deficiency, which is highly susceptible, the risk of birth defects is more.

 
Our category of Vitamin A rich foods ensures that the required vital nutrient is provided to the food through diet. We have a wide array of products (of both animals as well as plant sources) in this category such as Apricot, dried papaya, dried mango, Cod Liver Oil capsules, Black pepper, peach preserve and much more. These foods are naturally bestowed with a rich amount of this essential nutrient and thus can aid in several bodily functions. If you are concerned about the getting enough of this vital element, you can select any of the healthy products from our category to boost your health naturally.

For overall health and hormonal balance, vitamin A foods are extremely essential for your health. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, you should get a scoop of how much of this essential component to you exactly need (for pregnant, 750 to 770 mcg a day depending on your age and for breastfeeding, 1200 to 1300 mcg a day depending on the age) and then consume the food accordingly. Your consultant or dietitian will guide you for this. Don’t forget to add this food in your child diet.