Vitamin A vs Betocarotene
I don't eat any vitamin A sources in my diet, just betocarotene. Yet it seems the betocarotene I eat is just counted as vitamin A.
Two different things.
I read nearly 1/4 of the population has a genetic mutation such that they don't convert betocarotene to vitamin A very well.
I realize you limited by the databases you have, but if possible it could be helpful to find a way to distinguish between the two.