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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Vitamin A
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Percent of population 1 year old and over with adequate intakes based on average requirement for vitamin A from food sources

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Vitamin A Intake MapWyoming 50Wisconsin 51.8Wisconsin 51.8West Virginia 43.5Washington 52.6Virginia 41.8Virginia 41.8Vermont 55Utah 59.1Texas 37.9Texas 37.9Tennessee 40.9South Dakota 52.6South Carolina 46.2Rhode Island 55Rhode Island 55Pennsylvania 45.6Oregon 50.8Oklahoma 39.4Ohio 43North Dakota 52.6North Carolina 51North Carolina 51New York 47.4New Mexico 39.8New Jersey 46.6New Hampshire 55Nevada 50Nebraska 52.6Montana 50Missouri 44.8Mississippi 36.3Minnesota 60.3Michigan 41.7Michigan 41.7Massachusetts 55Maryland 46.8Maine 55Maine 55Louisiana 38.8Kentucky 39.4Kansas 52.6Iowa 52.6Indiana 46.3Illinois 46.9Idaho 50Hawaii 50.8Hawaii 50.8Hawaii 50.8Hawaii 50.8Hawaii 50.8Hawaii 50.8Hawaii 50.8Hawaii 50.8Georgia 39.9Florida 45.3District of Columbia 28.8Deleware 43.5Connecticut 55Colorado 49.7California 50.5Arkansas 38.4Arizona 48.1Alaska 50.8Alabama 39.4
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Alabama 39.4
Alaska50.8
Arizona48.1
Arkansas38.4
California50.5
Colorado49.7
Connecticut55.0
Delaware43.5
District of Columbia28.8
Florida45.3
Georgia39.9
Hawaii50.8
Idaho50.0
Illinois46.9
Indiana46.3
Iowa52.6
Kansas52.6
Kentucky39.4
Louisiana38.8
Maine55.0
Maryland46.8
Massachusetts55.0
Michigan41.7
Minnesota60.3
Mississippi36.3
Missouri 44.8
Montana50.0
Nebraska52.6
Nevada50.0
New Hampshire55.0
New Jersey46.6
New Mexico39.8
New York47.4
North Carolina51.0
North Dakota52.6
Ohio43.0
Oklahoma39.4
Oregon50.8
Pennsylvania45.6
Rhode Island55.0
South Carolina46.2
South Dakota52.6
Tennessee40.9
Texas37.9
Utah59.1
Vermont55.0
Virginia41.8
Washington52.6
West Virginia43.5
Wisconsin51.8
Wyoming50.0

Last Modified: 8/13/2016
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