Retinyl acetate Vitamin A

Vitamin A (also called retinol) is important for cell growth, immune function, vision and skin and mucosal health. Although vitamin A does not contribute directly to burning fat, its contribution to overall health makes it so essential that a deficiency would be detrimental during a diet. First and foremost, there would be a lack of appetite and a tendency to pick up infections - both symptoms that negatively influence the metabolism when vitamin A is missing.
  • Supports cell growth
  • Strengthens the immune system
  • Supports eyesight
  • Supports skin and mucosal health

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