Vitamin A is also known as Retinol and contributes to many essential functions of the body. However Vitamin A in it's pure form - Retinol - is also toxic for the body i certain amounts. You must not get too much. This is where Beta-Carotene has it's benefit.
Beta-carotene is a precursor to Vitamin A (retinol) and there are no upper tolerable levels on Beta-Carotene according to EFSA ( European Food Safety)! The advantage of Beta-Carotene is that the body only converts as much as it needs.
Beta-carotene is a red/orange pigment found in many fresh fruits and vegetables - ex carrots are super high on Beta-Carotene. It is a true skin-hero!
Vitamin A contributes to:
- Maintaining normal skin
- Maintaining normal vision
- Maintaining normal functioning of the immune system.
- Maintaining normal mucous membranes
- Maintaining normal iron metabolism
- Vitamin A plays a role in the process of cell specialization
We all need Vitamin A on a daily basis:) Beta-Carotene is especially relevant if you want to support healthy skin, vision and immune function.
Vitamin A is a term for several related substances. Vitamin A occurs in animal products and is then called Retinol. The precursor of vitamin a - Beta carotene - is found in a variety of vegetable products. The beta-carotene is a natural plant pigment that can be converted into vitamin A by the body as needed and also acts as a powerful antioxidant in itself.
Each softgel delivers 25,000 IU of beta carotene.
Dose: Daily dose is 1 capsule per meal.
N. B. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The supplement must not be used as a substitute for a varied diet. Do not exceed the recommended dose. This product is not intended for pregnant or lactating mothers and children under 18 years.