Pantothenic Acid

Eggs, fish, eggs, and sunflower seeds are all good sources of pantothenic acid (vitamin B5).

Also known as vitamin B5, the recommended dosage of pantothenic acid is 50/100 mg/day. 222

Dietary Sources of Pantothenic Acid

Physiological Effects and Benefits of Pantothenic Acid

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If you have hypothyroidism, avoid eating raw and limit cooked servings to no more than 3 per week because it contains a substance that inhibits thyroid function.