Vitamin B6 Benefits, Food Sources, Dietary Allowance & Deficiency
|Vitamin B6 Benefits, Food Sources, Dietary Allowance & Deficiency||Darrell Miller||05/22/18|
May 22, 2018 05:16 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Vitamin B6 Benefits, Food Sources, Dietary Allowance & Deficiency
Pyridoxamine (aka Vitamin B6) is a water soluble vitamin of the B Complex family with a range of important nervous system and stress regulation functions. B6 helps regular immunity, protect the skin, prevent cognitive decline (especially in seniors) and provide for a steady, healthy emotional state and sleep cycle. Foods rich in B6 run the gamut from plant-based sources like chickpeas, tofu, brown rice and avocados to beef liver, chicken breast, yellow tuna and other animal sources.
- There is a correlation between lower cognitive function and homocysteine, which vitamin B6 can help.
- This vitamin can help create hemoglobin which helps reduce the risk of anemia or anemic symptoms.
- Vitamin B6 can help reduce signs of aging due to it preventing conditions such as dry skin.
"In the research test groups, it was shown that Vitamin B6 benefits cognitive health in such a way that it can significantly reduce serum total homocysteine (tHcy) levels. This process is especially helpful when B6 is taken in supplement form; even then, it can better aid cognitive health when used alongside additional vitamins such as B12."
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