Vitamin A has many important functions and helps maintain normal vision in dim light prevent night blindness. Essential for body growth, it aids the growth and formation of body cells. It is especially needed for bone growth.
If vitamin A intake is not sufficient, bones will stop growing before the soft tissue is fully mature. it also helps normal tooth development. Helps maintain healthy skin and mucous membranes. Without vitamin A, the skin cells become dry and flat and gradually harden to form scales that shed. Vitamin A supports the health of the sex glands and uterus, as well as the membranes which line the stomach, intestinal wall, bladder, and urinary passages.