9. Whole Milk
10. Mustard Greens
These greens are easy to grow and can be enjoyed raw or boiled. These leaves have a slightly peppery taste and require very little seasoning. They’re even high in vitamin A, C, K, and much, much more (18).
11. Butternut Squash
Like sweet potatoes, butternut squash owes its vibrant pigment to a healthy dose of beta-carotene. Best of all, a cup of cooked squash contains more than four times your daily recommended value of vitamin A. It’s also low in calories, high in fiber, and contains vitamin C, E, B6, as well as potassium, magnesium, and manganese (19).
12. Dried Basil
This beloved Italian spice contains up to 15% of the daily recommended intake of vitamin A for every 100 grams (20). Eaten fresh, 100 grams provides all the vitamin A you need in a day (21). Sprinkle a bit on every meal for a quick boost. Basil goes well with anything, from omelets to sauces, stir-frys or even some desserts.