vitamin A

Ognjen Knaus @ 2021-03-18 02:26:16 -0700

Have you ever wondered why people say eating carrots helps you see in the dark? There’s some truth in there, and the answer involves Vitamin A! (Fun Fact: Our bodies convert the beta carotene in carrots to Vitamin A which supports eye health.)

Vitamin A is a vitamin with antioxidant properties and is essential to the body for growth and development (at the cellular level) as well as immune function, vision and reproduction. 


Sources of Vitamin A:

Sooooo… will doubling down on carrot juice in your diet actually help you see in the dark?  We’re not making that promise… but it can help maintain your eye health for years to come! Till then, here is a flashlight we love.  




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