Origin: Found in plants and animal tissues as well as cereal grains, eggs legumes, and milk.
Also Known As: Vitamin B-5
Overview: D-calcium pantothenate is a form of pantothenic acid or vitamin B5 found in plants, animal tissues, and in cereal grains, eggs, legumes, and milk. It is known for protecting cells against peroxidative damage by increasing glutathione levels in the body.
- Enhancing memory by synthesizing coenzyme A.
- Reducing brain fog, supporting concentration and comprehension, and maintaining focus
- Improving skin health by preventing bacteria from getting trapped in the pores
- Improving stamina by enhancing metabolic activity