Some conditions require that you avoid eating foods containing vitamin A. People with thyroid cancer and pregnant women, for example, should be careful not to consume too many foods containing vitamin A. Luckily, there are many foods without vitamin A.
Mushrooms contain no vitamin A and are rich in vitamins D and C.
Onions are high in folate and vitamin C, but contain no vitamin A. This is perfect for pregnant women who need extra folate during pregnancy.
Potatoes are rich in potassium and the B vitamins and contain no vitamin A.
Brazil nuts contain no vitamin A and are rich in vitamin E.
Cashews are high in vitamin K and folate and contain no vitamin A.