Vitamin A is an important element required for the healthy functioning of the body. One of the easiest ways to get the suggested dietary amount is through the use of vitamin A supplements. It is important to pay attention to the amount of vitamin A that is ingested, however, because large doses can actually be very harmful and even cause vitamin A poisoning. Most vitamin A supplements should be taken only after examining the amount of the vitamin in any other supplements being taken. Additionally, some topical skin treatments contain vitamin A as well and can be absorbed into the body quickly. Taking too much vitamin A can result in serious liver damage, although a vitamin A deficiency is equally as harmful over time.
No vitamin does. Your body needs a balanced amount with protein, sugars and fats. You can not win a race with just taking an extra dose of a vitamin.
No you are not required to fast before taking a vitamin D 25 blood test. This test determines the amount of Vitamin D a person has in their system.
Since beetroot only contains a small amount of vitamin K, you can eat it whilst taking warfarin. However, you should not eat beet greens as these are high in vitamin K.
Belly mainly Also, butt, thighs, hips
Well, it's better to eat fruit, and see if you get the decent amount of vitamin C that you want, instead of taking a risk of eating a tablet for it, and get sick or something. Hope this helps! : ) -Your Average Advanced-Content 6th Grader
Liver contains high levels of vitamin A, and because polar bears subsist largely on seals, including seal liver, their own livers are loaded with vitamin A.
They have a low amount of vitamin k
You cannot overdose on vitamin B12 but you can overdose on vitamin D. However some people are allergic to B12 (apparently to the cobalt) and it can have interactions with some medications as well as worsening certain preexisting medical conditions.
there is a small amount. to get vitamin C, eat oranges.