Sweet potatoes are a rich source of beta-carotene, a vitamin A precursor. Beta-carotene turns sweet potatoes orange and becomes vitamin A.
Carrots are another beta-carotene powerhouse. They are crisp and healthy and may be added to salads, stir-fries, or as a side dish.
Spinach is high in vitamin A and other nutrients. To increase vitamin A consumption, add spinach to salads, smoothies, or sautés.
Mangoes are tasty tropical fruits high in vitamin A. Serve them fresh, in smoothies, or in fruit salads for a flavour boost.
Eggs, especially yolks, contain vitamin A. Omelettes, scrambled eggs, and protein-rich salads are ways to eat eggs.
Additionally, butternut squash is high in beta-carotene and vitamin A. Make soups, roast it, or purée it for a creamy side.
Cod Liver Oil:
Cod liver oil provides rich vitamin A. The omega-3 fatty acids in it give health advantages. Consider taking it as a supplement, but watch dose.