Altogether, there are eight B vitamins, each with its purpose and role within the body. The B vitamins are all water-soluble and crucial for cell metabolism, normal functioning of the central nervous system, and the formation of red blood cells. All the B vitamins we need should be available through our diet. The B vitamins help to convert food into fuel and metabolise fats and proteins.
Vitamin B5 is in a wide variety of food types with rich sources, including organ meats (liver, kidney, heart, brain), whole grain cereals, eggs, milk, vegetables, and legumes.
What are the symptoms
of vitamin B5 deficiency?
Symptoms of a vitamin B5 deficiency include burning feet, fatigue, insomnia, vomiting, and respiratory infections.
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The B vitamins are a group of 8 all water-soluble vitamins, all crucial for cell metabolism, converting food into energy, the normal functioning of the central nervous system and the formation of red blood cells.
How to prepare
for your test
Prepare for your Vitamin B5 Blood Test by following these instructions. Do not eat for 12 hours prior to your test. Drink plenty of water, if you take medication then you are allowed to take it as you would normally. You should take this test before you take any medication or vitamin/mineral supplements.
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