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Potential Benefits: Vitamin B5 helps support energy production, cellular building that may be injured during radiation and maintaining normal growth. Assists you in handling stressful situations more easily.
Vitamin B5 helps convert food into energy and stimulates the immune system and healing wounds. Promotes sharper memory and better concentration. Aids in the central nervous system. And is extremely important for the proper functioning of the adrenal glands.
It also increases longetivity. Helps with the gastrointestinal system and has been thought to help with those who suffer from depression.
Description: This water-
Pantothenic acid can be found in both plant and animal sources, which is why it was named after the Greek word "pantos", which means "everywhere." Vitamin B5 is destroyed by heat.
Produced in the body by the beneficial flora we already have in our intestines.
Potential Side Effects: None known when taken as directed.
Potential Interaction: None known
General Usage: May be taken daily
Food Sources: Alfalfa, almonds, avocado, beans, beef, bee pollen, blue cheese, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, corn, eggs, grains, legumes, liver, lobster, mother's milk, mushrooms, nutritional yeast, nuts, oats, onions, oranges, peanuts, peas, pork, potato, raw honey, royal jelly, salt water fish, seeds, shiitake mushrooms, soybeans, spirulina, sprouts, sunflower seeds, tomato, fresh vegetables, green vegetables, walnuts, wheat germ, wheatgrass and whole grain products
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