Retinal, the active form of vitamin A, combines with the protein opsin to form rhodopsin, a molecule necessary for color vision and low-light vision that helps protect and maintain the cornea
It supports immune function by supporting the growth and distribution of T-cells, a type of white blood cell that protects your body from infection.
It helps to maintain healthy skin and the surface tissues such as your skin, intestines, lungs, bladder, and inner ear.
It play important role in reproduction such as the development of sperms and ovaries. It helps fetal tissue development and maintenance, as well as fetal growth.