It Puts The P in "IRP"

October 03, 2015

Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5)

What is Pantothenic Acid?

Known as the "anti-stress" vitamin by many, this little guy has been shown to help directly replenish the "adrenal glands" or help put more fuel back in the tank if you're feeling empty.

From stressed out office workers to fatigued elite athletes Pantothenic Acid is used by many to stop fatigue in its tracks which is why it makes up the 3rd and final part of the powerful "IRP" formula used in ReVive.

But don't just take our word for it, check out the articles below to see why both Dr Oz and the team at Live Strong support the use of Pantothenic Acid:

Click here for the Dr Oz article

Click here for the Live Strong article

Enjoy your stress-free day and stay tuned for our next post.

With love and energy

The Upside Nutrition Team



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