How much do I need?
Find out the daily recommended Vitamin A, C and D intake for your age and gender.
Everyday you should consume:
One small carrot (30 grams) provides you all of your recommended daily intake of Vitamin A!
100 grams of strawberries provides 97% of your daily recommended intake of Vitamin C!
Regular sun exposure is the most natural way to get enough Vitamin D. To maintain healthy blood levels, aim to get 10–30 minutes of midday sunlight, several times per week.
Are you getting enough?
Vitamins A and C are key for boosting the immune system, promoting a healthier heart, supporting healthy cognitive brain function and providing the body with natural antioxidants to protect itself from disease.
Fun Fact: Strawberries are very high in Vitamin C. Healthy and delicious!
Fun Fact: Lemons area a good source of Vitamin C.
Dietary sources of Vitamin A
Find out the best sources of Vitamin A in your diet. We’ve picked 10 of the top dietary sources so you can add these ingredients to your next shopping list.
900µg of Vitamin A = 100% of the Daily Value
Red Bell Peppers
Dietary sources of Vitamin C
Find out the best sources of Vitamin C in your diet. We’ve picked 10 of the top dietary sources so you can add these ingredients to your next shopping list.
90mg of Vitamin C = 100% of the Daily Value
Eat your greens!
Over 65s are the most likely to eat the fruit and vegetables they buy (69% consume at least 81-100% of their shop bought fruit and veg).
Only 20% of respondents aged 18-24 said they eat most of the fruit and vegetables they purchase.