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Which of the following is a good source of Vitamin A?



A. Egg yolk
B. Liver
C. Fish
D. Peanuts

This question is part of Maternal and Child Health Nursing (Intrapartum and Postpartum)
Asked by Labitadlea, Last updated: May 13, 2020

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A. Ameli

A. Ameli

Answered Aug 17, 2017

Liver. Like other fat-soluble vitamins, vitamin A is stored in high concentrations in the liver. So eating liver is a good way to get more vitamin A. In fact, large animals have so much vitamin A in their livers that it can be harmful to eat them – beef liver contains three times the recommended daily dose of vitamin A, and polar bear livers have so much vitamin A that eating just one can result in hypervitaminosis A!

Egg yolk is also a good source of vitamin A, but not nearly as rich as liver. Vitamin A can also be found in fish, such as salmon, but again not in high enough concentrations to make this the right choice. Peanuts are not a significant source of vitamin A.

 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Aug 10, 2017

Liver
 

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