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Vitamin B5

Foods with Vitamin B-5

Importance of Coenzyme A

Vitamin B5 is also known as pantothenic Acid.

The most important function of vitamin B5 is as an essential component in the production of coenzyme A. Coenzyme A is required for the conversion of carbohydrates, fats, and protein into energy.

Vitamin B5 is also referred to as an anti-stress vitamin. This is due to its vital role in the formation of various hormones, steroids, and cortisone.

In addition to helping to fight depression, vitamin B5 also supports the normal functioning of the gastrointestinal tract. It is required for the production of cholesterol, bile, vitamin D, red blood cells, and antibodies.

Peas in Pods

Food sources of vitamin B5

Suggested Supplement

Vitabase Energy and Stress Liquid provides a mega dose of B-vitamins plus Siberian ginseng and potassium in one ounce of liquid. The B-vitamins are vital for the nervous system by helping the body rebound and deal with stress more efficiently. They also aid in energy production in the body. This formula is 100 percent vegetarian.

Contains no added sugar, starch, salt, wheat, gluten, yeast, milk, or soy derivatives.

Suggested use: 1 to 2 ounces daily. Shake well. Lid holds 1 fluid ounce serving.

Vitabase Energy and Stress Liquid

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