Our products are nothing but pure. Produced locally, our dietary supplements are formulated with premium raw ingredients and are scientifically tested to ensure that each ingredient and final product meets our quality standards.
At Pure Encapsulations, we manufacture hypoallergenic, research-based dietary supplements that are designed to deliver predictable and desired results. We are committed to sourcing pure, premium ingredients and working with experienced healthcare professionals to create safe and effective dietary supplements to help you achieve optimal health.
Based on your healthcare practitioner’s medical guidance, we help provide you with the tools and dietary supplements you need to achieve your health and wellness goals. To purchase our products, you must obtain a fulfillment code from your practitioner.
We source premium raw materials from trusted industry leaders, including the finest suppliers from the U.S., France, Japan, Switzerland, Germany and Italy. All ingredients are tested for purity and potency by independent certified laboratories. Ingredient suppliers must meet rigorous testing and quality criteria to qualify as a Pure Encapsulations supplier
Pantothenic acid supports cellular energy production by promoting proper metabolism of carbohydrates and fatty acids. Pantothenic helps the synthesis of vitamins, amino acids, fatty acids and steroid hormones.*
- Promotes cellular energy production*
- Supports cardiovascular and adrenal health*
- Made with hypoallergenic, vegan ingredients
Pantothenic acid is a precursor of coenzyme A (CoA), an important cofactor and acyl group carrier in cells. One of the main functions for CoA is the formation of acetyl-CoA, vital for cellular respiration and the metabolism of carbohydrates and fatty acids through the Krebs cycle. Distribution studies indicate that tissues with the highest retention of pantothenic acid are the kidneys, pituitary gland, heart, muscle, liver and adrenal glands. Additionally, pantothenic acid is required for the synthesis of fatty acids and membrane phospholipids, the amino acids leucine, arginine and methionine, and isoprenoid derivatives, including steroid hormones, vitamin A and vitamin D