Bronson Vitamin A 10,000 IU, Premium Non-GMO Formula Supports Healthy Vision & Immune System and Healthy Growth & Reproduction, 250 Softgels
Key benefits of Vitamin A
- Supports healthy immune function.
- Nutritionally supports healthy vision.
- May help support a healthy reproductive system.
- Boosts antioxidants to fight free radicals.
- Helps promote healthy, hair and skin
Vitamin A taken daily may help to maintain healthy eyesight and enhance immune system function for overall well-being*. Presented in this formula as Vitamin A palmitate, this fat-soluble form of Vitamin A may be particularly beneficial for the eyes and skin. This and other great health benefits are delivered in every easy-to-swallow, rapid-release softgel.
As we age, the amount of Vitamin A needed daily may increase. Make sure you’re getting healthy amounts with Bronson’s Vitamin A 10,000 IU supplements. Bronson offers a full line of Vitamin A supplements which can be conveniently delivered to the destination of your choice.
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Bronson Vitamin A 10,000 IU Supplement
Bronson Vitamin A 10,000 IU
Healthy Vision & Immune System and Healthy Growth & Reproduction
Vitamin A taken daily may help to maintain healthy eyesight and enhance immune system function for overall well-being* Vitamin A is essential for maintaining a healthy reproductive system in both men and women.*
GMP – Certified Manufacturer Bronson supplements are manufactured in our own GMP-certified facility located in the United States, which includes regular on-site facility inspections to verify adherence to all US supplement manufacturing regulations. Such adherence to all required Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) and established Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) ensures the potency, identity, purity, and disintegration of all Bronson products. That’s why Bronson manufactures their own products – having complete control over the products we’re making and you’re taking is not something we’re willing to trust to anyone else.
Top Potency & GMO Free Just one 10,000 IU softgel is recommended. Laboratory tested Non-GMO.
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Vitamin A supplementation in infants and children 6–59 months of age
Vitamin A deficiency affects about 190 million preschool-age children, mostly from Africa and South-East Asia. In infants and children, vitamin A is essential to support rapid growth and to help combat infections. Inadequate intakes of vitamin A may lead to vitamin A deficiency which can cause visual impairment in the form of night blindness and may increase the risk of illness and death from childhood infections, including measles and those causing diarrhea.
Vitamin A can be safely provided to children in a large dose, rather than more frequent smaller doses, as it can be stored by the body and released over time as needed.
Many countries have successfully integrated strategies to deliver vitamin A supplements to infants and children in their national health policies, including delivery during routine health visits and immunizations.
Benefits Of Vitamin A For The Skin
Whether consumed through foods and supplements or applied through topical lotions and creams, vitamin A has multiple uses and can even address certain skin problems. Some of them are listed below:
Vitamin A Prevents Premature Aging
When you eat foods that contain beta carotene and vitamin A carotenoids, their antioxidant properties destroy the free radicals responsible for breaking down collagen (leading to fine lines and wrinkles). Thus, it prevents premature aging.
Vitamin A Protection Against Damage From The Sun
Consuming adequate amounts of Vitamin A can help protect the skin against damage from the UV rays of the sun. It will make your skin less sensitive to the sun and protect it against sunburn and pigmentation.
Vitamin A Promotes Healthy Cell Regeneration
The carotenoids present in Vitamin A — retinol and retinoic acid – are vital for the production of healthy cells. Vitamin A is also a known stimulant for fibroblasts, cells that develop tissues responsible for the firmness of the skin at the dermis level.
Vitamin A promotes healthy cell production, which strengthens the outer layer of the skin – the first barrier against infections, bacteria, and pollution. A lack of carotenoids and Vitamin A can weaken your skin and lead to problems such as slow healing wounds and skin dryness or pruritus.
Vitamin A Reduces And Smoothens Wrinkles
Several anti-aging OTC products and dermatologist-prescribed creams contain retinol (Vitamin A) in topical form. Retinol and retinoic acid are proven ingredients that help fight early signs of aging. They help generate new cells that produce new collagen. These ingredients stimulate the production of collagen, which can break down due to external factors such as UV rays and pollution.
Vitamin A Gives Your Skin A Glow And Even Skin Tone
Using creams that contain Vitamin A can help reduce pigmentation and give your skin a glow. These creams increase cell regeneration that discards damaged and dead cells. Healthier, younger, and newer cells rise to the surface, giving the skin an even tone.
According to the National Institutes of Health Office of Dietary Supplements, vitamin A also shows promise for preventing age-related macular degeneration (AMD), which is one of the most common causes of vision problems as people age.
Vitamin and mineral supplements
Vitamin and mineral supplements are frequently misused and taken without professional advice. They are often used as a form of medicine to treat ailments such as colds or to counteract lifestyle issues such as stress. Contrary to popular belief, vitamins aren’t drugs or miracle cures. They are organic compounds that participate in various metabolic functions. High-dose supplements should not be taken unless recommended under medical advice.
Vitamins and minerals are essential nutrients because they perform hundreds of roles in the body. There is a fine line between getting enough of these nutrients (which is healthy) and getting too much (which can end up harming you). Eating a healthy diet remains the best way to get sufficient amounts of the vitamins and minerals you need.