Vitamin B 5 and Pro Vitamin B 5 – Healthful Benefits!

Education General Healthcare Science

Vitamin B 5 is a member of the B complex family of vitamins. It is a stable form of pantothenic acid. It can be found in foods such as wheat germ, liver, egg yolks, milk, nuts, yeast, fish, whole bran cereals, oatmeal and fresh vegetables including peas, sweet potatoes, molasses and more. This vitamin is, also, found in blood plasma and is critical to the development of red blood cells. It can be found in all living cells of animals and plants. Why is vitamin B 5 so essential? It maintains the body’s balance of sodium and potassium. Without it, your body would not be able to properly regulate fluids or blood pressure. This powerful vitamin plays a significant role in: energy production, supports and stimulates the adrenal glands, builds antibodies, prevents nerve degeneration, protects against cellular damage, helps prevent arthritis, helps prevent aged or wrinkled skin, aids in quickly healing wounds, helps to slow graying hair, can alleviate some allergies, aids in relieving painful Rhuematoid arthritis and more! It is often called the anti-stress vitamin because it enhances the immune system improving the body’s ability to withstand stressful conditions. It allows the body to use other vitamins more effectively and helps maintain a healthful digestive system. Vitamin B 5 offers many internal and external, healthful, benefits! The brain uses more vitamin B 5 than any other part of the body. Deficiencies of this vitamin can lead to fatigue, mood changes or depression. Other signs of deficiencies can include: muscle cramps, numbness and tingling, burning feet, weakness, headache and loss of appetite. No serious side effects have been reported with this vitamin, but using very large amounts can cause diarrhea. Pro vitamin B 5, panthenol, is the alcohol form of vitamin B 5. Its other names include: dexpanthenol, d-panthenol or dl-panthenol. Pro vitamin B 5 is a humectant substance, which attracts, holds and binds water. It is used in many skin and hair care formulations. It increases the skin’s hydration level improving softness, elasticity and moisture. It aids in the reduction of fine lines or aging skin. It soothes, heals, protects and alleviates the skin from acne, blemishes, eczema, minor cuts, scrapes, burns, sunburns and insect bites. It relieves itchiness, reduces pain and redness helping to provide a glowing skin tone. To receive its maximum benefits, massage, gently, into the skin or scalp for good penetration and absorption. It is…

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