We are all well aware that vitamin A is a main staple when it comes to the health of our eyes. Not only does vitamin A play an important role in vision, bone growth and cell division, it also plays a huge factor in reproduction.

Vitamin A is an anti-oxidant; it is responsible for neutralizing unstable oxygen molecules or free radicals with the body. It's also an aid against colds and infections in the mucous membranes if the eyes, ear, nose, throat, lungs and bladder. Not to mention, cervical fluid.

This will ensure a safe environment for sperm. As discussed previously, cervical fluid helps the sperm travel to the egg. Given that vitamin A is crucial to cell development, it also helps the follicles develop properly.

Good sources of vitamin A include carrots, spinach, sweet potato, squash, dandelion, red pepper, mango, apricots, cantaloupe, wheat germ, fish, meat, milk, butter, cheese and whole eggs.

If your going to supplement, make sure it’s a quality supplement. Fertile Aid and Pregnancy Plus vitamins have been carefully formulated to ensure that you’re getting the correct amount of vitamin A dose. As to much vitamin A could be toxic.

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