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Is pantoteenhape vegan?

Pantoteenhape is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pantoteenhape?

Pantoteenhape, also known as pantothenic acid or vitamin B5, is an essential nutrient that plays a vital role in maintaining overall health. It is found naturally in many food sources, including meat, fish, eggs, and whole grains. Pantoteenhape is responsible for converting food into energy, supporting healthy skin, and aiding in the production of red blood cells. It also helps to regulate cholesterol levels and supports a healthy immune system. While deficiencies are rare, individuals who follow a strict vegan or vegetarian diet may be at risk. Pantoteenhape supplements are available over-the-counter to ensure adequate intake.

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