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FDA cautions against excessive pre-formed vitamin A intake by women of child-bearing age.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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PRE-FORMED VITAMIN A INTAKE LIMITATION TO 100% OF DAILY VALUE was recommended by FDA in an Oct. 6 "Talk Paper." The "Talk Paper" was issued in response to a recently-released New England Journal of Medicine study linking high levels of retinol (pre-formed) vitamin A consumption in pregnant women to an increased incidence of birth defects . The FDA document stresses that the study "raises serious public health concerns."
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