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Missing some "A"? Watch out...

If you have difficulty absorbing fat due to a disease affecting the gastrointestinal tract, you may not be absorbing Vitamin A.

A vitamin A deficiency can damage your eyes. Initial signs of vitamin A deficiency include night blindness, corneal thinning, and more.

Vitamin A is also essential for proper immune function, skin growth and repair, bone growth, and reproduction(!).

Want to be sure that you're not deficient Vitamin A? Get a Spectracell micronutrient blood test. Watch this video to learn more and then contact us to set your test up.

A Spectracell micronutrient test costs less than you think and is wort every penny.

One more way to take care of your body - after all, it’s the only one you get!

Amanda Cudney, BSN, MSN, APRN, FNP-C

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