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The Newest on Water-Soluble Vitamins
Vitamin B5 – Pantothenic Acid (Water-Soluble)
Nutrients in Food
Almonds, cashews, eggs,
pumpkin seeds, mushrooms, liver
Nutrient inhibiting factors:
Processing, cooking, caffeine, drugs, alcohol
Important for healthy skin, but an excess intake of B3 supplements can cause a red skin rash
Essential for the transport of fatty acids within body cells
Required for the release of energy from stored fats and for the synthesis of cholesterol
Essential for white blood cell production, for the utilization of carbohydrates and proteins, and for the functioning of vitamin B2
Deficiency of B5 may lead to abdominal pains, kidney damage, and ulcers
Essential for the health of the adrenal glands and for the production of the hormone adrenaline
May protect against chronic fatigue syndrome and arthritis
Essential for the growth and development of the nervous system
Deficiency often shows as fatigue and weakness because nerve disorders produce weak muscle action along with pins and needles in the hands in feet
B5 has beneficial effects in conditions such as insomnia, psychosomatic disorders, cramps, depression, apathy, and unstable heart condition
Required for the productions of antibodies to fight infection; it protects cells against radiation and is essential for the development of healthy fats in cells
B5 promotes healthy skin and hair and also assists the functions of the liver
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Yours in Health,
Silke Heine, Owner of Simplify Holistic Nutrition
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