The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has announced that Vitamin A supplements are being made available in the United States as of March 2018.
The supplement is being made from the same kind of natural food that is grown for energy and protein, according to the agency.
The agency says that the supplement will help improve energy and physical performance by preventing oxidative damage to the body.
Vitamin A is a naturally occurring vitamin found in the liver, which provides it’s energy.
It is a precursor of vitamin D. The FDA announced the supplement in March.
According to the U.K. Daily Mail, the supplement is made from a mixture of the amino acids lysine and arginine, which have been found to be essential to protein synthesis.
This amino acid group is also used in the synthesis of the muscle proteins.
Vitamin A supplements have been available since 2002, and have been used for energy as well as in supplements for other purposes.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) did not issue a warning about the supplements until April, 2016, according the Daily Mail.
The USDA has been working with the FDA to make vitamin A supplements available in all 50 states and territories, according a statement by the agency’s deputy commissioner, Joseph Dye.
The supplements contain a mixture consisting of the following amino acids: L-lysine, L-arginine, lysin, l-lysinamide, lissoleucine, leucine and cysteine.
The EPA also said that the vitamin is free of cholesterol and sugar.
The supplements are available from drugstores, but the FDA said that they can be purchased online at www.vitamarin.com.