Join Date: Feb 2008
Location: In a California Ghost Town
There is plenty of beta carotene in colorful fruits and vegetables, especially the orange ones like carrots and winter squashes. You won't get any preformed vitamin A from plants, but preformed vitamin A is toxic in large amounts anyway.
Ideally, we should all be getting vitamin D from the sun, but this depends on where you live, and how much time you can spend exposing as much of your skin as possible to sunlight.
Dark leafy greens, quinoa, and sesame seeds are a few of the foods I know of that are rich in calcium.
You may have to include some fortified foods, though, much like most omnis do. My almond milk, for example, is fortified with 10% of the RDA for vitamin A, 20% of the RDA for calcium, and 25% of the RDA for vitamin D, in one 8 ounce serving, and its got no sugar added. I like it much better than soymilk.