Vitamin B5 rich foods

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You might known vitamin B5 by a different name, pantothenic acid, but that doesn’t make it any less effective when handling food allergies. If you find that you are often reacting poorly to certain types of food, it may be a sign that you are vitamin B5-deficient. Research has definitively linked vitamin B5 to anti-allergenic effects and an improvement in the precision of the immune system. Some of the best vitamin B5-rich foods include yeast, corn, avocados, legumes, turkey, chicken and sunflower seeds. If you want to optimize your digestion, adding these foods to your diet is a must! Protection Status
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