Vitamin B5 Causes Low Testosterone & Unhealthy Sperm

Video Summary

Most people don’t talk about Pantothenic Acid, also known as Vitamin B5.

If you exercise, or follow a lower carb diet, or are vegetarian… You might be deficient in Vitamin B5

Or if you have sleep problems, feel restless, or get cramps… Again, you might be deficient in Vitamin B5. Especially in today’s highly processed food world that we live in.

And this is especially important if you want to optimize your testosterone levels, as well as sperm quality and quantity.

B5 has many benefits, such as:

  • converting food into glucose
  • synthesizing cholesterol
  • forming sex and stress-related hormones
  • forming red blood cells
  • digestive health
  • skincare and less acne

500 mg daily with food is enough. I’d suggest taking a good B-complex vitamin, so you’re nicely balanced and not deficient in any of them.

I personally rotate between two brands, Jarrow B-Right and Life-Extension’s B-Complex

Of course, there are other vitamins, minerals, and herbs that are far more powerful at boosting testosterone levels.

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