Paba - Benefits, Deficiency Symptoms And Food Sources
Other names :: Para-Aminobenzoic Acid and Sunscreen vitamin
An abbreviation for para-aminobenzoic acid, PABA appears to be a component of folic acid, a member of the B family of vitamins. It is made by intestinal bacteria and can be found in bran, brown rice, kidney, liver, molasses, sunflower seeds, wheat germ, whole-grain products and yogurt. Vitamin C and the B group vitamins , plus Folic Acid are best taken with PABA.
Actions and benefits of Paba
Recommended dosage of Paba
Signs of Overdose
When higher than factor (SPF) 8 sunscreens are used, the manufacture of vitamin D in the body may be reduced. Nausea, skin rashes and vomiting might be indicative of PABA taken in excess.
Excessive levels of PABA are stored in the body and may cause liver damage
Deficiency symptoms of Paba
When more may be required
Long term antibiotic use may require more PABA from the body, but take note of PABA affecting the ability of sulfa drugs. Although not documented in medical terms, some women having problems falling pregnant claim conceiving after increasing PABA in their diet.
Best food sources of Paba
How to use Paba
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