Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine)is a water-soluble vitamin, meaning it’s not stored in the body. This means we have to keep taking it either in our diet (such as eggs, carrots, chicken, fish, brown rice, whole grains and cabbage) or supplements.
Vitamin B6 is a co-factor in more than 160 reactions in the body such as energy production, immune function, DNA synthesis and repair, among others.
It promotes neurological and cardiovascular health, and maintains healthy homocysteine levels, which is a key indicator of brain and cardiovascular health.
Vitamin B6 Supplement Facts
|Dosage and Use
|Some people have reported temporary symptoms of peripheral neuropathy (tingling, numbness sensation, decreased sensation to touch or balance difficulties) when taking vitamin B6 in doses above 300 mg daily, especially if the nutrient is taken without other B complex vitamins. This vitamin should not be taken without co-ingestion of equivalent doses of other B-complex vitamins. Consult your physician before taking this vitamin if you are taking levodopa (L-dopa).
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