August
12
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Nutrition News

Half of the women's problems with vitamin A deficiency

Half of the women Scientists from the University of Newcastle, it is in the UK, recently received the results of a long-scale studies that say that about 50 percent of women have problems with the correct assimilation of beta-carotene (vitamin A).His blocking, experts say, is done at the genetic level, because often the problem is innate.

experiments were carried out with 60 women, 29 of them had this problem.Doctors believe that the use of vitamin complexes, containing beta-carotene, can not benefit the body.Vitamin A is necessary for the stable operation of the immune system, it also gives a healthy looking nails, hair and skin.Scientists urge to eat as many foods that contain this vitamin.This carrots, oranges, pumpkin, sea buckthorn, eggs and dairy products.

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