Pantothenic Acid is a B group vitamin found in small amounts in nearly all foods. It can also be manufactured by a healthy body.
Role In Our Body
- Necessary for the working of our digestive system.
- Assists our adrenal glands to produce hormones.
- Assists our immune system to form antibodies.
- Helps protect our body cells from the effects of radiation.
- Assists in the manufacture of body fats.
- Helps maintain the health of the brain, nervous system and skin.
- Depression. Insomnia.
- Loss of appetite, indigestion. Low energy.
- Lowered resistance to radiation.
- Low immunity to colds and other infections.
- Cramps in arms or legs.
- Burning sensation in feet.
- No known toxic effects.
Good Sources Of Pantothenic Acid
- Meat (especially animal organs)
- Fish (Salmon, Lobster & Shellfish)
- Egg (yolk)
- Legumes & Grains
- Dairy Products