Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic acid)
Description :

One of the most important vitamins for human life. It’s necessary for making blood cells, and it helps you convert the food you eat into energy.
Only people who are malnourished will have a B5 deficiency.

 

A UL has not been established for pantothenic acid (Vitamin B5) because there are no reports of pantothenic acid toxicity in humans at high intakes. Some individuals taking large doses of pantothenic acid supplements (e.g., 10 g/day) develop mild diarrhea and gastrointestinal distress, but the mechanism for this effect is not known.

Source :

Liver (Chicken)

6.23 mg


Liver Goose

6.18 mg


Turkey Egg

1.89 mg


Duck egg

1.86 mg


Goose egg

1.76 mg


Quail egg

1.76 mg


Chicken Egg

1.53 mg


Avocado

1.39 mg


Sweet Potato

0.8 mg


Chicken Thigh

0.61 mg


Garlic

0.596 mg


Broccoli

0.573 mg


Guava

0.451 mg


Carrots (Baby)

0.401 mg


Pomegranate

0.377 mg


Kale

0.37 mg


Banana

0.334 mg


Acerola

0.309 mg


Coconut

0.3 mg


Pumpkin

0.298 mg


Potatoes

0.295 mg


Eggplant

0.281 mg


Potatoes (White)

0.281 mg


Potatoes (Red)

0.279 mg


Carrots

0.273 mg


Pepper (Banana)

0.265 mg


Orange (navels)

0.261 mg


Cucumber

0.259 mg


Apricot

0.24 mg


Apple (Sugar)

0.226 mg


Watermelon

0.221 mg


Lime

0.217 mg


Orange (Kumquat)

0.208 mg


Cherries (Sweet)

0.199 mg


Mango

0.197 mg


Lemon

0.19 mg


Tomatoes Orange

0.186 mg


Kiwi (Green)

0.18 mg


Onion (Welsh)

0.169 mg


Peaches (Yellow)

0.153 mg


Cherries (Sour)

0.143 mg


Apple (Custard)

0.135 mg


Lemon Juice

0.131 mg


Strawberry

0.125 mg


Lime Juice

0.123 mg


Tomatoes Yellow

0.11 mg


Apple (Mammy)

0.103 mg


Tomatoes Red

0.089 mg


Spinach salad

0.081 mg


Banana Melon

0.07 mg


Pears (Asian)

0.07 mg


Spinach

0.065 mg


Pears (Bosc)

0.057 mg


Apple (Gala)

0.055 mg


Apple (Fuji)

0.051 mg


Orange Roughy

0.051 mg


Pears (Bartlett)

0.042 mg


Pumpkin leaves

0.042 mg




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