12 Vitamin A-Rich Foods to Add to Your Diet

Sweet Potatoes:

These are rich in beta-carotene, a precursor to vitamin A.


Carrots are known for their high beta-carotene content, which is converted into vitamin A in the body.


Another excellent source of beta-carotene, pumpkin is versatile and can be used in various dishes.

Butternut Squash:

Like pumpkin, butternut squash is high in beta-carotene and can be roasted, pureed, or added to soups.


Dark leafy greens like kale are not only rich in vitamin A but also provide other essential nutrients.


This leafy green is packed with vitamin A, along with iron and other vitamins.

Swiss Chard:

Another dark leafy green, Swiss chard, is a great source of vitamin A and other antioxidants.


Besides being delicious, mangoes contain beta-carotene, contributing to your vitamin A intake.


A Nordic dish, lutefisk is dried fish reconstituted in a lye solution. The gelatinous texture and distinct taste can be an acquired taste.

Red Bell Peppers:

In addition to vitamin A, red bell peppers provide vitamin C and other antioxidants.

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