What is vitamin A?
- Vitamin A is an essential vitamin, also known as retinol and beta-carotene
Why is vitamin A important for toddlers?
- Toddlers need three and a half times more vitamin A than adults, relative to their body size
Where can toddlers get vitamin A from?
- Carrots, red peppers, tomatoes, sweet potato, pumpkin, apricots, mangoes, broccoli, and leafy green veg.
- Growing Up Milk contains twice as much vitamin A as cows’ milk
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