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PABA
(Para-aminobenzoic Acid) (B-Complex Vitamin)

Fruits and Vegetables PABA - (Para-aminobenzoic Acid) (B-Complex Vitamin)

DESCRIPTION: PABA is a basic component of the folic acid which will support the bodies production of folic acid. Since it acts as an antioxidant, it may help preserve the skin by protecting it from sunburn and cancer. PABA promotes the use of pantothenic acid by the body. It is also a coenzyme in various protein reactions.

POTENTIAL BENEFITS: Helps support healthy hair and hair color, skin, red blood cell formation and intestinal health. Helps to metabolize proteins.

POTENTIAL SIDE EFFECTS: None known when taken as directed.

POTENTIAL INTERACTION: Check with your doctor if you are taking sulfa drugs because PABA may interfere with sulfa.

GENERAL USAGE: May be taken daily.

FOOD SOURCES: Bran, burdock root, brown rice, greens (leafy), horsetail, kidney, liver, unrefined molasses, molasses, nutritional yeast, sunflower seeds, wheatbran, wheatgerm, wheatgrass, whole-grain products, and yogurt.

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