Vitamin B6 100
- 100 mg of vitamin B6
- For normal metabolism
- Product description
- Nutritional content
vitamin b6 for normal metabolism
Vitamin B6 100 mg is a high-dose vitamin B6 supplement in vegetable capsules. Vitamin B6, also referred to as pyridoxine, is an important vitamin for the body's normal metabolism and is necessary for the metabolism of protein. The vitamin is also said to be able to counteract fatigue and exhaustion and contribute to normal function of the nervous system. Vitamin B6 is a water-soluble vitamin that is not stored in the body and therefore needs to be consumed through a varied diet or in the form of supplements. Healthwell Vitamin B6 100 contains 100 mg of vitamin B6 per capsule and should be taken with food.
- Vegetable capsules
- 100 mg of vitamin B6 per capsule
- For normal metabolism
- For normal function of the nervous system
vitamin b6 in foods
Vitamin B6 deficiency is not very common today, but it may occur in case of other vitamin B deficiency. As vitamin B6 is found in most foods, it is therefore easy to maintain a normal level of vitamin B6 in the body through a varied and nutritious diet. Whether you eat meat, vegetarian, or vegan, you can get this important vitamin through your diet. Vitamin B6 is found in foods, with the primary source with the highest content, being animal products, such as meat, fish, eggs, and dairy products. Among vegetable products, the vitamin is found in potatoes, legumes, fruits, berries, almonds, wheat sprouts, as well as in bread and other wholegrain products.
vitamin b6 deficiency
Vitamin B6 deficiency is rare, as the vitamin can be found in most of our foods. However, it may occur in some people who suffer from chronic diseases, or in people who don't eat a varied diet. Symptoms of vitamin B6 deficiency are skin changes around the mouth, nose, and eyes, or cramps and anaemia.
more about vitamin b6
The active form of vitamin B6 is called pyridoxal phosphate, which is a coenzyme included in the synthesis of, for example, amino acids, the neurotransmitters serotonin and norepinephrine, as well as in the formation of myelin. Vitamin B6 is thus a necessary vitamin for the body's nervous system and normal metabolism. It also affects your mood. Vitamin B6 contributes to the body's protein metabolism by converting one amino acid to another. Amino acids that promote the protein synthesis have long been popular supplements for workouts and muscle growth.
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has identified a connection between vitamin B6 and:
- the metabolism of protein and glycogen
- a normally functioning nervous system
- the formation of red blood cells
- maintaining a normal immune system
- the regulation of hormonal activity