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User Group Forum - D-Pantothenic Acid (B5)
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butch (logger) - April 20, 2008, 10:31#10001706
QuestionI have a friend who gets increased pain when she walks on her feet so bad that she can't walk at times, she was told that this was a calcium buildup to take D-pantothenic acid and stay off all dairy products. But this D-pantothentic does not seem to be doing the trick does anyone have any ideas on this subject. Thank you.
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