Retinol commonly known as vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin responsible for strong bones, healthy skin and good vision. A diet rich in vitamin A can keep a number of health issues at bay due to its immune-enhancing and antioxidant properties. It repairs skin cells and prevents them from the damaging effects of free radicals. While the highest source of vitamin A is animal-based food, below are some other options that will give you your daily intake of retinols.

Egg yolk
 

Egg yolk

A quick-fix easy and wholesome breakfast option, eggs are a wonderful source of retinol. Vitamin A deficiency can cause serious problems among growing kids, therefore including foods like eggs in their daily diet is essential.

Cheese
 

Cheese

Cheese is available in so many types and all of them are rich in vitamin A. Whether you like to spread it on your toast or add it to your salads, adding a portion of this full-fat dairy product to your diet can give you your daily dose of retinol.

Sweet potato
 

Sweet potato

Sweet potatoes are the unsung heroes of the food world, they offer 105% of the recommended intake of retinol. Several studies have shown an increase of vitamin A in the blood when consumed sweet potatoes on a regular basis.

Milk
 

Milk

Milk is packed with vitamin D, A and calcium. However, the amount of retinol in milk is determined by its fat content, the higher the fat the lower the vitamin A. Adding a cup of milk to your diet can have many health benefits.

Fish and poultry
 

Fish and poultry

Other than being a rich source of protein fish such as tuna, mackerel, salmon and poultry such as chicken and duck can offer high amounts of vitamin A. Grilled fish or chicken with some pan seared veggies is an excellent dinner option.