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FutureStarrFood With Vitamin A
When the FDA banned the term "healthy" from food labeling in 1994, the industry responded by hiding what our bodies need more than anything: vitamin A.
Liver is the richest source of vitamin A outside of supplements. A single three-ounce serving of cooked liver contains as much as 6600 mcg of vitamin A, or more than 700% of your daily requirement. Liver is such an effective source of vitamin A that some sources recommend eating liver no more than once a week to avoid consuming too much of the vitamin.
When it comes to vitamin A, the color of your peppers matters. Red sweet peppers contain a significant amount of vitamin A, nearly 120 mcg in a half-cup serving. On the other hand, green peppers come in at only 18 mcg — a big difference. Swapping the color of peppers in your food is an easy change that has big nutritional dividends. (Source: www.webmd.com)
Nothing like some grilled fish to get your daily dose of vitamins and other nutrients. Many studies have revealed that including fish in your daily diet can take you miles ahead towards good health. Get past the scare of having to deal with the bones, because once you do, you will get hooked for life. Also, it is said that the more bones the fish has, the tastier it is. Another tasty way to get your vitamin A in is by adding this delicious fruit to your smoothie game. "One cup of papaya contains about 31% of the daily recommended value of vitamin A," says Poon. "Papaya is one of my favorite fruits as it is delicious, provides an array of nutrients, and contains digestive enzymes that support gut health. Chop up papaya and combine with coconut slices and lime juice for a delicious treat that increases vitamin bioavailability."
The showstopper ingredient at Halloween parties is actually a powerhouse of nutrients. When it comes to vitamin A, per 100 grams of pumpkin provides you 170% of your daily vitamin A requirement. You can use it to make soups, pies, snacks, or even mix it with other veggies to make a popular Bengali dish called Labra. (Source: food.ndtv.com)