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Top 50 Foods with the greatest value in vitamin A


Reminder: according to your Nutritional Profile, your recommended intakes in vitamin A are 700µg.

Top 10: Foods with the greatest value in vitamin A
foodintakes
per portion
Veal liver (100g)
20074µg2868%
Beef liver (100g)
9442µg1349%
Lamb liver (100g)
7782µg1112%
Pork liver (100g)
5405µg772%
Liver sausage (55g)
4569µg653%
Lingcod liver (125g)
3416µg488%
Carrot juice (250ml)
2384µg341%
Braunschweiger (55g)
2321µg332%
Eel (100g)
1137µg162%
Sweet Potato (110g)
1057µg151%




Foods with the greatest value in vitamin A: 11-40
foodintakes
per portion
Canned Pumpkin (125ml)
1007µg144%
Boiled Sweet Potato (110g)
866µg124%
Raw Tuna (125g)
819µg117%
Tuna (100g)
757µg108%
Boiled Carrot (85g)
724µg103%
Carrot (85g)
710µg101%
Boiled Kale (85g)
579µg83%
Liver Pate (55g)
545µg78%
Frozen Spinach (85g)
513µg73%
Canned Sweet Potato (125g)
499µg71%
Lambsquarters (85g)
493µg70%
Spinach (85g)
445µg64%
Kale (85g)
425µg61%
Frozen Peas and carrots (85g)
404µg58%
Canned Spinach (125ml)
398µg57%
Peas and carrots (125ml)
389µg56%
Beef kidney (100g)
374µg53%
Boiled Lambsquarters (85g)
332µg47%
Dandelion greens (65g)
330µg47%
Boiled Collards (85g)
323µg46%
Raw Spinach (65g)
305µg44%
Boiled Dandelion greens (85g)
291µg42%
Lettuce (65g)
283µg40%
Frozen Kale (85g)
266µg38%
Sturgeon (100g)
263µg38%
Swiss Chard (85g)
260µg37%
Melon (150g)
254µg36%
Pumpkin (85g)
245µg35%
Dried Dulse (15g)
243µg35%
Lettuce, looseleaf, raw (65g)
241µg34%





Food group ranking ordered by value in vitamin A

Food group ranking ordered by value in vitamin A
Food
Group
max intakes
per portion
Lamb, Veal, Game20074µg2868%
Beef Products9442µg1349%
Pork Products5405µg772%
Sausages, Luncheon Meats4569µg653%
Finfish, Shellfish3416µg488%
Vegetables, Vegetable Products2384µg341%
Fruits, Fruit Juices254µg36%
Dairy, Egg Products227µg32%
Soups, Sauces, Gravies226µg32%
Sweets206µg29%
Mixed Dishes194µg28%
Fast Foods193µg28%
Baked Products172µg25%
Beverages135µg19%
Poultry Products91µg13%
Fats, Oils82µg12%
Legumes46µg7%
Cereals37µg5%
Snacks19µg3%
Spices and Herbs13µg2%
Nuts, Seeds3.9µg1%
Breakfast CerealsNR
Plain WatersNR
Sparkling WatersNR





Vitamin A: daily intakes recommendations

Vitamin A: daily intakes recommendations
GenderAgeDaily Intakes Recommendations
Manfrom 14 years old900µg
Womanfrom 14 years old700µg
Pregnant Womanbetween 14 and 18 years old750µg
Pregnant Womanbetween 19 and 50 years old770µg
Breastfeeding Womanbetween 14 and 18 years old1200µg
Breastfeeding Womanbetween 19 and 50 years old1300µg