So where do we get vitamin B5 in the diet?

B5 is virtually in all foods. It’s found in pretty much most foods that you would consider eating. But if we’re really talking about bang for buck, probably the best source of B five outside of supplementation, is liver, particularly beef. Liver has very, very high concentrations of Vitamin B5. Um, so, so that’s a good source. Beyond that other sources of include pretty much all other meats. So if you eat any meats, vegetables, fruits, nuts, they’re all gonna have B5.

Mushroom is an example of a food that has high levels of B5. Avocado is also a really good source of Vitamin B5 in the diet.

Most people don’t just develop B5 deficiency overnight. It’s usually a long slow process of consistent chronic inflammation coupled with a lot of these other things that we’ve been talking about. Over time they just continue to deplete the levels of B5 to the point where now your body is struggling biochemically to produce what it needs to help you function and maintain your capacity to cope with life and in things in general.

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