Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, February 4th, 2001
This means people need to make sure they eat enough of these fruits and vegetables to meet their daily requirement for vitamin A, especially if they do not eat animal-derived foods, which serve as abundant sources of the nutrient for most people.
"Darkly colored fruits and vegetables are still good sources of vitamin A," said Robert Russell, Tufts University...
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