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I'd like to better understand the benefits and appropriate uses of these two vitamins.  



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Peter D'Adamo Pantethine:
Cysteamine blocks conversion of dopamine to noradrenaline due to its actions on dopamine beta hydroxylase. Works better in group O individuals.

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Cysteamine is the chemical compound with the formula HSCH2CH2NH2.
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Pantethine is considered the more biologically active form of vitamin B5, but it is less stable, decomposing over time if it is not kept refrigerated. Most vitamin B5 supplements are therefore in the form of calcium pantothenate, a salt of pantothenic acid.

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