Vitamin A Deficiency – Leaky Gut, Leaky Skin, Leaky Lung, Skin inflammation, and more.
Vitamin A deficiency is linked to leaky barriers including the gut, the skin, the lung, and the urinary tract.
Vitamin A deficiency can also cause skin inflammation, fertility problems, and an increased risk for infections.

Vitamin A’s primary function is to help regenerate epithelial tissue
Vitamin A helps to produce mucus and antibodies that protect your body from microbes like bacteria and viruses.

Vitamin A is absorbed in the GI tract through the action of bile salts. Some vitamin A can also be produced when you eat carotenoids in your diet.

Food highest in vitamin A is liver.

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