"The Master Co-Enzyme"
Mechanisms and effects
- initiates energy production
- acetylation (in liver detox phase II)
- synthesis of cholesterol and steroid hormones made from cholesterol
- coping with stress
- reducing lactate after exercise
- much more
How the body makes it
- pantothenic acid (vitamin B5)
- (contains alanine)
- couples with sulfur-containing cysteine to form pantotheine.
- Then ATP gives a phosphate group and adenine molecule
- depression, anxiety, loss of appetite, impaired sense of balance, easy irritability, fatigue, frequent respiratory infection, cardiac instability, and abnormal need for sleep.
- Neurological: numbness, muscle weakness, cramps, abdominal pain and paresthesia (abnormal sensations such as itching and prickling, tingling extremities, and "burning feet" syndrome).
- Biochemical: increased insulin sensitivity, lowered blood cholesterol, decreased serum potassium, and failure of adrenocorticotropin (ACTH) to induce eosinopenia.
- Oral route: only by taking precursors
- Appears to be available in injectible form, with these additional ingredients as excipients:
- calcium gluconate
- cysteine hydrochlorate
- magneisum sulfate
- Co-enzyme A reductase inhibition?? (statin!)
- My experience
- See also my pages
For more information
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