Pantothenic Acid Deficiency

Pantothenic Acid is necessary for the release of energy from sugar and fat. Para-aminobenzoic acid and choline cannot be utilized without it, and it is vital to the proper functioning of the adrenal glands.

Deficiencies of this are fatigue, abdominal pains, cramps, and nausea, irritability, depression, constant colds, and paresthesia of the hands and feet. As the Pantothenic acid deficiency continued the symptoms got worse and after six weeks could result in becoming very ill. It is also associated with hypoglycemia.

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