Vitamin B6

Vitamin B6 is also called Pyridoxine. Metabolism of nutrients is its primary role. A deficiency of vitamin B6 often occurs in association with other vitamins of the B complex. Vitamin B6 overdose can cause nerve damage.

Sources of Vitamin B6:

Food / 100g Amount (mg)
Wheatgerm 3.3
Grilled turbot 2.5
Lentil, dry 0.9
Grilled salmon 0.8
Turkey, light meat 0.8
Squid 0.7
Walnut, shelled 0.7
Beef steak, lean 0.7
Grilled chicken breast, without skin 0.6
Hazelnuts, shelled 0.6
Grilled swordfish 0.6
Baked potato 0.5

How Much Vitamins You Need?

Dietary reference intake (DRIs): recommended intakes for infants, children, pregnant women and breastfeeding moms.

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