Amount of Pantothenic acid, known as pantothenate or vitamin B5 in Ham, honey, smoked, cooked
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VITAMIN B5 (Panthotenic acid)
The most abundant of the B group vitamins. Originating from Greek word pantos, meaning everywhere, vitamin B is found nearly in all animal and plant originating foods, however it is unstable to heat and fair amounts are lost through food processing.
Similar to other B vitamins, B5 is required by our body for a range of different functions. Beside being an important part of energy production it is involved in the synthesis of amino acids, vitamin D and cholesterol. One of the most important roles of B5 is function of adrenal glands. It is also effective in wound healing, internally and topically. Great sources of vitamin B5 are meats (most concentrated in liver) avocados, sweet potatoes, legumes, whole grains, dairy, mushrooms, oranges, pretty much it is found everywhere.
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