Large carrot: 12,028 IU vitamin A (double recommended). Beta carotene in fruits/veggies converts to vitamin A in the body.
Love spinach salads? Then you’re in luck. There are a whopping 2,813 IU per cup in the green veggie, meaning having a couple generous handfuls for lunch will give your body a major boost.
If you need something to eat on the go, dried apricots are a great choice: One cup will provide you with 4,685 IU of vitamin A, as well as iron, vitamin B6, and magnesium.
Want another reason to snack on cantaloupe on the reg? One large wedge will get you 3,450 IU of vitamin A — and eating an entire small melon (which is only 149 cals, by the way!) clocks in at a whopping 15,000 IU.
Toss some red bell peppers into your next stir-fry: One large pepper will give you 5,135 IU of vitamin A.
You might want to sit down for this. A single cup of cubed sweet potatoes — or one 5” whole sweet potato — will put you at a crazy-high 18,869 IU. Eat up!
Craving something refreshing? Reach for a grapefruit. The pink or red variety contains 2,830 IU of vitamin A per fruit.
Know what's nuts? A cup of pistachios will provide you with 510 IU of vitamin A. Meanwhile, what do cashews and almonds give you? Nada!
Broccoli is a total winner when it comes to vitamin A. The fibrous veggie packs in 3,788 IU per bunch, plus it's also super high in protein, vitamin C, and calcium.
Talk about superfood. You'll score 26,822 IU of vitamin A in just half a cup of dried goji berries — it's a great portable snack or oatmeal topper.
Who doesn't love this tasty tropical fruit? One mango comes in at 3,636 IU of vitamin A, making it the perfect way to sweeten your day.