Supplement Spotlight: Pantethine

17 Jul

Last time, we looked at PS and it’s cortisol lowering effect. Today, let’s take a look at pantethine:

Pantethine is a stable form of vitamin B5 that is a precursor to co-enzyme A. Because of this, it is used mainly for the liver to increase HDL (the good), lower LDL (the bad), and lower triglycerides (the ugly). However, it is best to consult your physician prior due to interactions with statins.

Pantethine is also used to help restore adrenal function after the damage sympathetic dominance has done. Pair this with PS, any you have coverage at both ends of restoring proper cortisol rhythm.

Taken in the early and mid morning, 900-1200 mg of pantethine may help restore morning energy as well as support the fight against dyslipidemia.

Next time, we’ll take a look at ‘stacking’ supplements together, using an AM and PM protocol that is aimed at addressing cortisol…stay tuned!

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