Vital Fat-Soluble Vitamin A
Water-soluble nutrients, called carotenes not true vitamin A. Carotenoids found in foods like carrots, zucchini, fresh herbs. Fat-soluble vitamin a (retinol) and is found only in animal fats. When we are healthy, our bodies can make the difficult conversion of carotene retinol. Depending on the fat-soluble vitamin a status in your body you made need to consume 10 to 20 times more carotene to create the same amount of this vitamin A.
Vitamin a is a family of fat-soluble compounds that plays an important role in vision, bone growth, reproduction, cell division, proper prenatal development and differentiation of cells. Vitamin a is important for bone health and together with vitamin D stimulates and regulates the growth of bones. Vitamin a reduces the content of calcium in the serum. This is a sign that the vitamin helps your body use calcium. Vitamin a increases growth factors that stimulate bone and teeth to grow and repair.
Large doses of vitamin a can be toxic. However, any negative effects of vitamin seem to be blocked, if a sufficient amount of vitamin D in the diet. So if you eat a lot of the liver from land animals, make sure that you get a lot of sunlight and vitamin D to prevent the toxicity of vitamin A.
Looking at this list, You will see that the liver is the most concentrated source of fat-soluble vitamins a magic liver regarding the healing of the tooth cavity, in particular, its high vitamin A content...