Monday, January 26

Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid) is essential for healthy skin

Vitamin B5 is a water soluble vitamin and is called Pantothenic acid, and very much required to sustain life. It is an anti-stress vitamin.
In human beings it is can be manufactured by the intestinal flora.
This vitamin is found to be involved in the metabolism of fatty acids and amino acids.
VitaminB5 plays an important role in secretion of hormones and in the support of adrenalin gland.
Apart from the healthy maintenance of skin, muscles and nerves, these hormones help in the fight against allergies.
Pantothenic acid is used in the creation of hemoglobin, lipids and steroid hormones. It is involved in the production of energy.
There is a opinion that this vitamin is also helpful in the treatment of wrinkles and graying if hair.
Pantothenic acid is reported to be useful in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis.
Deficiency
Pantothenic acid deficiency is rare and has not been thoroughly studied.
The deficiency symptoms can be reversed with sufficient intake.;Most are minor, including fatigue, allergies, nausea, and abdominal pain.
Biochemical changes include increased insulin sensitivity, lowered blood cholesterol, decreased serum potassium.
Toxicity
Toxicity of pantothenic acid is unlikely.
Large doses of the vitamin, when ingested, have no reported side effects and massive doses may only yield mild intestinal distress and diarrhea at worst.
Sources
Most of the foods contain Pantothenic acid.
Higher concentration are found in meat products, in whole grains, brans, fish, legumes, yeast, eggs, fresh vegetables, kidney, liver, mushrooms, nuts, saltwater fish, whole rye flour, and whole wheat flour.
Vitamin B-5 can be found in avocado, brown rice, broccoli, and dairy foods, and is also synthesized by friendly bacteria within the body.For further information visit http://www.thedynamicnature.com/vitamins/vitamin%20B5.html.
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