Which vegetables have the most VITAMIN A?

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Vitamin A is essential for good vision, supports the immune system and plays a role in healthy bone growth amongst other things.

Vegetables are rich in vitamin A and are important to include in a balanced diet. If you want to know the properties of vitamin A and you aren’t sure which vegetables have the most vitamin A, take a look at our ranking and make a note of the vegetables rich in vitamin A.

Vegetables rich in vitamin C

Do you know how much vitamin A is in a carrot? Do you remember your parents saying if you eat your carrots you’ll be able to see in the dark? Well there is some truth in this well known saying.

Thanks to this list of vegetables rich in vitamin A, you can find out the recommended daily amount that you should be consuming in order to enjoy the benefits of vitamin A for your skin and body.

As you can see from the list that sweet potato is at the top closely followed by one of the nations favourite vegetables, the carrot. You can find out more specific nutritional information about each individual vegetable by clicking on the name of each one. Learn about the different properties and how you can add them into your snacks and recipes.

  • Carrots 16706 IU each 100gr. 21384 IU per serving (128 g.)
  • Sweet potato 14187 IU each 100gr. 18869 IU per serving (133 g.)
  • Green cabbage 9990 IU each 100gr. 1598 IU per serving (16 g.)
  • Spinach 9377 IU each 100gr. 2813 IU per serving (30 g.)
  • Pumpkin 8513 IU each 100gr. 9875 IU per serving (116 g.)
  • Benefits of Lettuce Lettuce 7405 IU each 100gr. 2666 IU per serving (36 g.)
  • Lamb’s Lettuce 7092 IU each 100gr. 3972 IU per serving (56 g.)
  • Chard 6116 IU each 100gr. 2202 IU per serving (36 g.)
  • Watercress 3191 IU each 100gr. 1085 IU per serving (34 g.)
  • Red peppers 3131 IU each 100gr. 4665 IU per serving (149 g.)
  • Mustard Greens 3024 IU each 100gr. 1693 IU per serving (56 g.)
  • Benefits of turnips Turnip leaves 2622 IU each 100gr. 1049 IU per serving (40 g.)
  • Leeks 1667 IU each 100gr. 1484 IU per serving (89 g.)
  • Sun-dried tomatoes 1286 IU each 100gr. 1415 IU per serving (110 g.)
  • Chilli 1078 IU each 100gr. 970 IU per serving (90 g.)
  • Fennel 963 IU each 100gr. 838 IU per serving (87 g.)
  • Tomatoes 833 IU each 100gr. 1241 IU per serving (149 g.)
  • Asparagus 756 IU each 100gr. 1013 IU per serving (134 g.)
  • Brussels sprouts 754 IU each 100gr. 664 IU per serving (88 g.)
  • Broccoli 623 IU each 100gr. 567 IU per serving (91 g.)
  • Celery 449 IU each 100gr. 453 IU per serving (101 g.)
  • Green pepper 370 IU each 100gr. 551 IU per serving (149 g.)
  • Courgette 200 IU each 100gr. 248 IU per serving (124 g.)
  • Yellow peppers 200 IU each 100gr. 372 IU per serving (186 g.)
  • Maiz Corn 187 IU each 100gr. 271 IU per serving (145 g.)

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