All Vitamin B6 Benefits/Effects/Facts & Information
Vitamin B6, commonly known as pyridoxine, helps the body maintain healthy nervous system health, to make hemoglobin that supports oxygen transportation through red blood cells.
Vitamin B6 helps to provide energy from food that we eat, aids in balancing blood sugar levels, and acts as a natural pain treatment, boosts mood and energy, and helps create antibodies that is needed by the immune system to keep us healthy.
Vitamin B6 plays a major role in the making of proteins,hormones, and neurotransmitters. Deficieny of vitamin b6 is fairly common and may be worth supplementing as insurance (most b-complex supplements or multivitamins contain vitamin b6).
Deficiency in vitamin b6 is quite common in the U.S, 10.5% of the U.S population is deficient according to the CDC. Common deficiency symptoms include: muscle pains, low energy, or fatigue, confusion, or sudden changes in mood, such as irritability, or anxiety.
How to Take Vitamin-B6
Recommended Vitamin-B6 dosage, active amounts, other details
The official US recommendations for daily intake are as follows:
0-6 months: 0.1 mg
7-12 months: 0.3 mg
1-3 years: 0.5 mg
4-8 years: 0.6 mg
9-13 years: 1.0 mg
14-50 years: 1.3 mg
51 years and older: 1.7 mg
14-18 years: 1.2 mg
19-50 years: 1.3 mg
51 years and older: 1.5 mg
Pregnant Women: 1.9 mg
Nursing Women: 2.0 mg
The safe upper levels for daily intake of vitamin B6 are as follows:
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