Vitamin A (Part 2) By:Quianna Thompson
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Your best sources for Vitamin A would be: Cod liver oil, eggs, orange and yellow fruits, broccoli, most dark green vegetables, fortified breakfast cereals cereals and fortified skim milk. A really good recipe that is rich in Vitamin A that I recommend you try is Dijon Chicken Stew
That's sounds really good!
Where can I find foods that can help me obtain Vitamin A?
I'm going to give you a prescription that should help give you the Vitamin A you need and in a few months you should be feeling brand new! But also be careful because if you consume too much you may encounter birth defects and become very sick in the future.
Thanks Dr. Vitamin.A I really appreciate you helping me.
6 months later... Hilary is doing better than ever and she owes all her thanks to DR.VITAMIN.A!!!
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