1. Vitamin A
Vitamin A includes carotenoids and retinol. Aside from keeping your eyes healthy and preventing age-related blindness due to macular degeneration, vitamin A also acts as an antioxidant. It neutralizes free radicals, which potentially damage your cells. It also appears to boost your immunity. Vitamin A is important in women’s diet as it acts as an antioxidant, helping to protect cells from cancer and other diseases. Beta-carotene, which is sometimes called pro-vitamin A, can be found in fruits and vegetables such as tomatoes, guavas, carrots, pumpkins, apricots and all green leafy vegetables.