Calcium Pantothenate found in Vitamin B Complex
Calcium Pantothenate is an ingredient found in our Vitamin B Complex product as shown above.
Ingredients contained are not sold separately from the product unless it's the only ingredient.

Calcium pantothenate (also alternately called Vitamin B5 or pantothenic acid) is a water-soluble member of the B-vitamin family. It plays a huge role in the functioning of the enzymes in the human body. Some of its major functions are converting food into energy, stimulating growth, reproduction, and many other normal bodily processes.

Calcium pantothenate as a dietary supplement is available as a single supplement advertised for calcium supplementation or as a part of a B-complex or other multivitamin product.

Calcium pantothenate is required to gain resistance to allergies, stress and shock. It is also needed for protection against cellular damage caused by radiation.

Calcium pantothenate can help with the treatment or prevention of pantothenic acid deficiency. Although such a deficiency is rare, it can result in problems like hypoglycemia, skin diseases and disorders or duodenal ulcers.

Sufficient amounts of calcium pantothenate is potentially beneficial for fatigue, nerve disorders, high cholesterol, allergies, head aches, boosts immunity and even acne. It is even known to prevent depression. It is often used as dietary supplement because as a salt, it can become more stable than pantothenic acid in the digestive tract, thus, allowing for better absorption.

Another important use of calcium pantothenate also called pantothenic acid is its major role in the production of coenzyme A (CoA) which assists in numerous metabolic pathways and necessary for the transfer of fats to and from cells. Without it, fats cannot be synthesized into energy.

A number of B-complex supplements contain calcium pantothenate, however, it is also found in a wide variety of food sources. It is said that its richest sources are organ meats like kidney and liver but considerable amounts can also be found in cooked egg yolks, fish, meat, brewers yeast, corn, soybeans, lobster, nut, poultry, dairy products and many more. Heating, freezing and other food processing techniques can destroy the substance within the food. The recommended daily intake of this supplement to adults is 20 to 200 mg.

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