Pantothenic Acid Vitamin B5 | Pantothenic acid B5

 Pantothenic Acid Vitamin B5

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Description

Vital for the proper function of the adrenal glands

A good vitamin for stress and fatigue

Responsible for cell building

Maintenance of normal growth and development of the nervous system

Important in maintaining a healthy digestive tract

 

Increased Risk of Deficiency

Injury

Severe illness

Heavy alcohol use

Antibody therapy

Strenuous diets for weight loss

Signs and Symptoms of Deficiency

Impaired health of cells

Vomiting and abdominal pain

Muscle cramps

Upper respiratory infections

Fatigue, headache, insomnia

Depression

Numbness and burning sensation in lower legs and feet

Anaemia

Restlessness

Fading of hair colour

Reduced immunity: decreased antibody formation

Good Dietary Sources

Food Serving Size mg

Peanuts,  Peas,  Soybeans,  Brown rice, Brewer’s yeast, Egg yolks, Wholegrain cereals, Green vegetables: Dandelions, Chickweed, Mellow, Fathen or any other dark green leafy vegetable that contains other B vitamins, Organ meats.

Toxicity

There are no known toxic effects

Medical and Therapeutic Dosage

Dose range is 50 to 200 mg a day but more is required for injury, severe illness or antibody therapy

 

 

 

 

 

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