Half of women have vitamin A deficiency problems


Half of women have vitamin A deficiency problemsScientists from the University of Newcastle that is in the UK, at recently received the results of a long large-scale study, which States that about 50 percent of women have problems with the proper assimilation of beta-carotene (vitamin A). Its blocking, according to experts, is made at the gene level, because most often this problem is innate.

Experiments were conducted with 60 women, 29 of them had this problem. Doctors believe that the use of vitamin complexes containing beta-carotene, not can benefit the body. Vitamin A is essential for a stable immune system, and it gives a healthy look to nails, hair and skin. Scientists are encouraged to use as many products that contain this vitamin. These are carrots, oranges, pumpkin, sea buckthorn, eggs and dairy products.

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