Origin: Supplements or food sources including pork poultry such as chicken or turkey, fish, bread, wholegrain cereals such as oatmeal, wheatgerm and brown rice, eggs, vegetables, and soya beans.
Also Known As:
Vitamin B6 phosphate
Overview: Vitamin B6 Co-enzyme (Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate) is a vitamin used for a variety of things such as boosting the immune system, eye infections, bladder infections, preventing kidney stones, allergies, reduction in excess prolactin (males), preventing eye disease, as well as increasing appetite and helping people remember dreams.
- Increasing energy levels in the body
- Improving brain function
- Maintaining healthy blood vessels
- Possible treatment for anemia
- Slowing down the onset of macular degeneration
- Reducing symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis
- Lowering blood pressure
- Relieving premenstrual syndrome symptoms such as breast pain, nausea, cramps, fatigue and headaches.
- Reducing morning sickness and nausea during pregnancy
- Regulating sleep cycles
- Preventing the formation of kidney stones
Common Dosage: The recommended dosage for Vitamin B6 is 25mg-30mg daily.