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OK - just got another batch of *slightly different* B5 (same manufacturer though) delivered to me yesterday, but, looking at the ingredients, it's slightly different to the one I was taking previously.

The ingredients for both are as follows:

- Panthothenic Acid (Calcium Panthothenate)

- Microcrystaline Cellulose

- Magnesium Stearate

However, the new batch I have also has Dicalcium Phosphate contained in it.

Does anybody know why this is in this batch and not in the last, and more importantly, the effects this will have, if any - i.e. is this more likely to contribute to calcification in my kidneys, etc etc - or indeed, is it the opposite, is this a better 'ingredient' to have?

Any help appreciated.

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