Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic acid)

Indices of Pyridoxine Levels on Symptoms Associated with Toxicity: A Retrospective Study

Presents a study that established whether subjects taking daily doses above 30 mg of vitamin B6 for over three months experienced any symptoms associated with toxicity. Nature of vitamin B6; Sym...

Pantethine: Potential Treatment for Parkinson's Disease

Focuses on indications of the effectiveness of supplementation with pantethine, a normal metabolite of pantothenic acid and a precursor to coenzyme, in the treatment of Parkinson's disease. Toxic...

Brain Aging

Assesses the importance of memory-enhancing nutrients for the reduction of age-associated mental impairment. Increase of acetylcholine production by choline and pantothenic acid; Decrease in de...

Nutritional Influences on Illness: Nutrients to Reduce Allergic Symptoms

The article provides information about nutrients that the human body needs in order to reduce allergic symptoms. These include several vitamins such as Niacin, Pantothenic Acid, Vitamin B12, Vita...

SELF HELP FOR ALLERGIES WITH VITAMIN C, PANTOTHENIC ACID AND GOLDENSEAL ROOT

There are two types of allergies at people have to cope with, borne and food. Food allergies are much easier to deal with than the airborne variety. With food allergies, self-help is really very simple. AVOID ALL FOODS THAT YOU ARE ALLERGIC TO.

Airborne allergies are more difficult to control because you have no say over what is in the air. You must breathe, therefore, stand the chance of inhaling some "alien" life form that your body cannot digest or kill immediately.

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