Vitamin A-mazing!

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Do you have a sensitivity to bright lights? Do you have dry skin and hair? Does watching the television for too long make your eyes itch and burn? If your answer is yes, then you may have a Vitamin A deficiency. This episode is the first of the Living Now Life Coach nutritional series. Learn about how Vitamin A works, and the symptoms of a deficiency. You might be able to make your life a whole lot easier just by taking Vitamin A! Foods that have Vitamin A: – Liver, egg yolk, cheese, and milk – Apricots, fresh, Asparagus, Broccoli, Cantaloupe, Carrots, Eggs, Endive, raw, Kale, Leaf lettuce, Liver, Milk, Mustard greens, Pumpkin, Spinach, Squash, winter, Sweet potatoes, Tomatoes, Watermelon References: – Adelle Davis: “Let’s Get Well” & “Let’s Eat Right To Keep Fit” – www.drmyhill.co.uk – www.lifeclinic.com – www.vitamins-nutrition.org – www.ehow.com – www.naturalhealthweb.com ***I am not a license or certified therapist, doctor, or nutritionalist. I’m simply sharing with you information that I have gathered in my life experience. This video is for informational purposes only. You do no have to take my advice. You are responsible for all of your decisions and the outcome of those decisions.***

Do you have a sensitivity to bright lights? Do you have dry skin and hair? Does watching the television for too long make your eyes itch and burn? If your answer is yes, then you may have a Vitamin A deficiency. This episode is the first of the Living Now Life Coach nutritional series. Learn [...]

25 Responses for “Vitamin A-mazing!”

  1. LietMonty says:

    you’re like a brainy Norah Jones type look ;p

  2. waycoolzing says:

    I love your hair and how expressive you are, very engaging. Its like your giving away a little bit more of yourself making it more intimate when using gestures.

  3. girococo says:

    nice vid smart grl

  4. musicdelunaonline says:

    I want to marry a woman with this woman’s mind.

  5. GerryB1110 says:

    No I’m doing that kuz I’m duke nukem !

  6. luvableonme says:

    great great great job well done

  7. 2012Wordsmith says:

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  8. jammingwithmarley says:

    You speak well and you are fine. Try hemp foods. Thanks for the video

  9. jdemo29 says:

    Thanx for all the good info. By any chance do you know what vitamin A as Palmitate is??? This is the type of vitamin A that is on my multi vitamin…THANX

  10. birdbath318 says:

    Its good to get a multivitamin for hair, skin and nails. Those are the best because they have a combo of vitamins, including A, that best support healthy skin.

  11. LivingNowLifeCoach says:

    @123MAdil Hi! Vitamin A deficiency is not the only cause of Acne. However when you supplement with vitamin A, you prevent the bottom layers of your skin from drying out and flaking, which if left dry, inevitably clogs pours creating acne. I’ll look into the retinoic acid, but I wouldn’t pass on supplementing on Vitamin A because there are sooo many other benefits! Thanks for watching!

  12. 123MAdil says:

    Hi, I am a student of foods & nutrition so, definitely i will oppose to take vitamin supplement until unless there is severe deficiency. Well, I have a question, I have studied that vitamin A supplement does not work with Acne because supplement of vitamin A do not contain retinoic acid, the form of vitamin A effective against acne.

  13. gaduie says:

    @LivingNowLifeCoach okay thanx :)

  14. LivingNowLifeCoach says:

    @gaduie Absolutely it comes in a pill! You can get Vitamin A (animal based) or Beta Carotene (plant based) both are great to supplement with!

  15. gaduie says:

    does it come in a pill?

  16. dance2yeah says:

    The coolest coach I’ve ever come across :)

  17. ChildOL says:

    You can learn a lot more about Vitamin A by reading the Vitamin A Saga at the Weston A Price website.

    Vitamin A is the most important vitamin for sustaining health.

  18. LivingNowLifeCoach says:

    @honeyboo44 You can take buy vitamins from places like walmart and target, but it’s best to buy from reliable supplier. Vitamin Shoppe is a good local place to go with good prices, but the best thing to do is search reviews online for the highest quality vitamins, which will come at a higher price. When buying vitamins the most important thing to consider is the source from where they come from. I suggest do your research! Knowledge is power! Be well! (sorry for the late response!)

  19. LivingNowLifeCoach says:

    @KiKiTheTechie Thanks for watching! I just looked up Accutane and it seems to be a prescription artificial drug version of Vitamin A. It seems to do a lot of unnecessary damage to the rest of your body. Real Vitamins do not do this. I suggest taking the real deal, Vitamin A sups, or Beta Carotene sups. As for V-C, it actually works WITH Vitamin A, so feel free to take them both together. I wish you well! Sorry for the late response!

  20. LivingNowLifeCoach says:

    @a19878 Absolutely! You both will benefit from supplementing from Vitamin A! You can purchase the straight Vitamin A supplements or you can buy Beta Carotene which is converted into Vitamin A naturally by your body. You’ll both notice a big difference if you consistently take it every day. All the best to both of you!

  21. a19878 says:

    woh. I´m Glad I found You… I learned a LOT. already subscribed :)
    It´s good to found this kind of videos. I have a question, both me and my mom seem to have most of the symtons you talked about. I want to buy for both of us, but she’s diabetic. can I buy any supplement?

  22. KiKiTheTechie says:

    I wear sunglasses to prevent wrinkles around my eyes. Its only through my sunglasses habit that bright sunlight is uncomfortable for me. I supplement with Vit A every day, so I am sure I’m not deficient. I have 20/20 vision too so I’m not too worried.

    I’m a little confused about the Vit C. Is it true that Vit C counteracts Vit A?

    On a side note though, I got the driest mucous membranes and skin and hair ever while I was on Accutane. That is high, not low, dose Vit A.

  23. KiKiTheTechie says:

    I wear sunglasses to prevent wrinkles around my eyes. Its only through my sunglasses habit that bright sunlight is uncomfortable for me. I supplement with Vit A every day, so I am sure I’m not deficient. I have 20/20 vision too so I’m not too worried.

  24. TheMisscapello says:

    Thank you. you are like a teacher for me.

  25. LivingNowLifeCoach says:

    @honeyboo44 Yes! You can can Vitamin A in a pill form. You can get 2 types 1) Vitamin A (from animal source) – Good to take, but overdose is possible with straight V-A sups. 2.) Beta Carotene (veggie source) – Your body converts this to V-A when you take it. Cannot take to much Beta Carotene. I had a friend who started taking V-A everyday for a month tell me that her eczema has completely cleared up! It may take this long to see effects, but stick with it and you’ll get lasting results! :)

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