Vitamin A: This is usually needed for body growth and development. It also gives coolness to the eyes and is found in milk, ghee, butter, carrots, tomatoes etc.
This vitamin is very essential for the eye. Children and pregnant women are most in need of this. If enough vitamin A is not available, the newborn may die. Vitamin A deficiency is commonly found in a variety of eye diseases. In addition, lung and respiratory illnesses, sinus, cold, fever, weakening of teeth and bones, weight loss, constipation, tuberculosis, hydrocephalus and deafness can occur. To prevent all these diseases, one should take a diet rich in vitamin A. Such as – spinach, cauliflower, radish leaves, papaya, tomatoes, carrots, mangoes, custard apple, milk, butter, ghee, bananas and lemons can be taken
Main signs and symptoms
The child complains of not being able to see in the dark or in low light. This symptom is known as blindness in people.
- An irregular shape appears in the white part of the eye. (Beatot spot)
- The eye is triangular in shape like a foam caused by disease or injury.
- The eyes become dry.
- Considered a potent antioxidant. Protects against free radicals responsible for cancer, ALS (anotrophic lateral sclerosis), aging, stroke, etc. This free radical-toxin is considered by Ayurveda as ‘Aam’, which is produced due to digestive disorders and circulates in the body.
- Important in the division and regeneration of body cells.
- The ability to see visually, alertness is maintained.
- Also useful in bone formation.
- The body’s reproductive system keeps the reproductive system active.
- Inadequate intake of vitamin A can lead to infectious diseases. That is, it keeps your immune system afloat.
- The skin color remains basic. Lack may turn yellow.
- Works to produce saliva in the mouth, which can prevent diseases of the mouth, teeth, tongue and throat. Also food can be digested properly.
- From what
- Carnivores can also get it from eggs, mutton, cod liver oil, vegetarians can get it from milk, cheese, vegetables, grains, etc. Carrots are the main ones. In addition to beta carotene, carrots are rich in Vitamin-B, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9, B12, Folic Acid, Vitamin C, Calcium etc.
- People with bilious nature should eat carrot halva in winter. Raw carrots are used by housewives as a salad, as a fresh juice, as a soup, as a pickle, as a vegetable. Pickles can be made from carrots to eat twelve meats.
Spinach: Jains do not eat tubers, so spinach is a source of vitamin A for them. Spinach soup, vegetables, salads, risotto, parathas are used in many ways in cooking to get Vitamin A. Vitamin A is also obtained from cauliflower, red chillies and tomatoes.
Apricots: Apricots have not yet found a place in the dried fruit like cashews, almonds, pistachios, but if you ask a regular user of apricots, his favorite dried fruit will be apricots. Unaware of its properties, but good results come from the result, so in addition to vitamins ‘A’, apricots contain vitamins B, C, E, K. There are also minerals like iron, calcium, potassium, copper, sodium, zinc etc., which make it special.
Fruits: Vitamin ‘A’ is obtained from fruits like ripe mango, orange, papaya, sugar cane, watermelon, grape etc.
Cereals: Chickpeas, lentils, millets, soybeans (white), etc. are rich in Vitamin A. Also in wheat, mug, corn, fresh peas etc.
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