I'm not familiar with the metabolism and storage of Vitamin A from food sources. I know, on a supplemental basis, that we should be cautious about the lipid-soluble vitamins (A, D, E, K) because, unlike the others, those can build up and may become troublesome.
When you talk to your doctor about the calcium, also bring up the topic of Vitamin K2 in combination if you're using a supplemental form of calcium. From things I've read, K2 helps to get the calcium out of your bloodstream and into your tissues. Your doctor should be able to give you the best info on what kinds of supplements (if any) would be healthy for you.
...the problem with people these days is
they've forgotten we're really just animals ...
We did not create the web of life; we are but a strand in it.
We don't have souls. We ARE souls. We have bodies.
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