Why is Vitamin A an essential part of prenatal diet?

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First answer by Yulia Crowder. Last edit by Yulia Crowder.
Vitamin A aids in the growth of several organs like the eyes, ear and heart. It is also important in healthy skin and bone growth and good vision. It increases resistance to infection and metabolism of fats. However excess Vitamin A can cause liver toxicity and birth defects in the baby.

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