A vitamin called pantothenic acid may not be very familiar to you.
However, the origin of this name comes from the Greek word "pan", meaning everywhere, everywhere, and pantothenic acid is derived from the fact that it is widely distributed in nature.
Therefore, it is a water-soluble vitamin that is not deficient unless you have an unbalanced diet.
However, its function is very important, first of all, it is essential for energy metabolism. In addition, it works in various places, such as the production of antibodies and immunity, detoxification, and the work of suppressing stress.
Deficiency is therefore a vitamin you want to avoid.
Deficiency of pantothenic acid is synonymous with extreme malnutrition. Various physical abnormalities such as numbness, headache, fatigue, insomnia and loss of appetite appear.
It is abundant in chicken, eggs, milk, beans, tomatoes, and many other ingredients, so be sure to eat a well-balanced diet on a daily basis.
pâtissier Yuhi Hasada