- Helps support healthy serum lipids already within the normal range
- Coenzyme A Precursor
Due to its biochemical construction, research shows that Pantethine is much more active than Pantothenic Acid when it comes to the production of Coenzyme A.
CoA is also responsible for the initial steps of cholesterol synthesis and all downstream metabolites of cholesterol including steroids, Vitamin D and bile acids. Our bodies also need CoA for the transportation of long chain fatty acids into the mitochondria where fats are converted into energy.
CoA is the basis for the production of hemoglobin, bile, sex and adrenal steroids, cholesterol and brain chemicals.
Pantethine also supports the adrenal cortex function aiding in times of stress.