YesNutri Natural Vitamin A + D Softgel Capsules


Functions of Vitamin A & D include: [1-8]

  • Maintain cardiovascular health
  • Benefit exercise capacity and heart rate
  • Help maintain healthy bones and teeth
  • Support vision, especially in dim light
  • Relieve joint pain, tenderness and morning stiffness
  • Improve memory and attention
  • Improve mental health
  • Help to maintain immune function
  • Help protect against infections
  • Improve skin and nail condition
  • Improve neuromuscular coordination
  • Preserve muscle strength and function

Suitable for:

Children, elderly, emotional, skin or nail problems, inadequate diet intake 

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Product Name:

YesNutri Natural Vitamin A + D Softgel Capsules

Pack Size:

100 Tablets

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Recommended Daily Dose/ Direction:

3-5 years: take 1 softgel capsule daily after meal; 6-11 years: take 2 softgel capsules daily after meal; 12 years or above: take 1 softgel capsule three times daily after meal; or as directed by physicians.

Nutrition Information:

Natural & Pure Fish Oil

Deep sea fish oil and cod liver oil are originated from unpolluted ocean and passed through sophisticated processes by the U.S.A. cGMP manufacturer.  The precious oil is a rich source of natural Vitamin A and D.[1] Extensive researches on fish oil have been done by scientists around the globe to reveal its true colors. It has been shown to contribute to healthy heart functions, joint flexibility, immunity as well as supporting children’s brain, nerve, bone and visual development.[2] Cod liver oil is an all-round supplement that could take care of the whole family.

Vitamin A for Vision and Immunity

Vitamin A is an anti-infective vitamin. Vitamin A is important for immune system and is also a vital nutrient for retina normal function, assisting night vision in particular. It helps in visual health and acuity.[3,4] Supplementing Vitamin A also supports body and bone growth, which are in particular important to children’s development.[3,4]

In addition, Vitamin A could serve to protect our first line of defense, our skin, which is the outermost barrier against infections. Vitamin A also offers protection for our mucous membrane, especially the tissue linings along the digestive, respiratory and urinary tracts. Thus it helps in resisting infections coming from various channels.[5]

Vitamin D for Bone Health

Vitamin D promotes absorption and utilization of calcium and phosphorus. It is essential for maintaining teeth and bone growth. Vitamin D also regulates bone mineralization to maintain proper bone density. Moreover, it is a factor in maintaining neuromuscular function and coordination, insulin production and immune system function. Studies also found that Vitamin D could strengthen bone structure, reduce the risk of bone fracture and maintain cardiovascular health.[6,7]

When our skin is exposed to sunlight, the skin cells would be stimulated to produce Vitamin D. However, students, office workers or physically disabled individuals spend most of their time indoor. On the other hand, elderly produces Vitamin D in a much slower speed than young adults do. These groups have higher risk in Vitamin D deficiency and may require supplementation to maintain healthy state.

Deficiency Symptoms

Vitamin A Night blindness, dry eyes, skin problems and infections. Some may experience occasional diarrhea and loss of appetite.[3,4]
Vitamin D Loss of bone density, arterial problems, muscle weakness and poor immune function. Severe deficiency of Vitamin D could cause growth retardation and skeletal deformities in children.[6,7]

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Cod-liver Oil. Martindale: The Complete Drug Reference. Available from: http://www.medicinescomplete.com Fish oils. Dietary Supplements. Available from: http://www.medicinescomplete.com Vitamin A. Martindale: The Complete Drug Reference. Available from: http://www.medicinescomplete.com Vitamin A. Dietary Supplements. Available from: http://www.medicinescomplete.com National Institutes of Health. Vitamin A: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia. Available from: https://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/002400.htm Vitamin D. Martindale: The Complete Drug Reference. Available from: http://www.medicinescomplete.com Vitamin D. Dietary Supplements. Available from: http://www.medicinescomplete.com Monograph: Vitamin A. Health Canada: Natural Health Product Ingredients Database. Available from: http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca