D-Calcium Pantothenate (Vitamin B-5)
(as Pantothenic Acid)
Pantothenic Acid, also called vitamin B-5, is defined as; as a yellow oily acid that belongs to the vitamin B complex and is found in all living tissue (usually as in coenzyme A) is essential for growth in various animals and microorganisms.
BENEFITS OF HAVING ENOUGH D-CALCIUM PANTOTHENATE
- It prevents premature aging and protects against excessive radiation.
- It plays a vital role in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats and proteins and the synthesis of amino acids and essential fatty acids.
- It stimulates the adrenal glands and produces cortisone and other adrenal hormones.
- It increases vitality and wards off infections.
- Produces a speedy recovery from bad health.
DEFICIENCIES OF D-CALCIUM PANTOTHENATE MAY LEAD TO
- Chronic fatigue, mental depression, irritability, dizziness, exhaustion and insomnia.
- Stomach distress, ulcers, low blood sugar, low blood pressure, muscle cramps, painful burning feet.
- Skin disorders, graying or loss of hair and retarded growth.
- An increased tendency toward infections.
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