Pyridoxine (Vitamin B-6)

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B-complex Biotin
Niacin Folic acid Pantothenic Acid Pyridoxine Riboflavin
Thiamine Beta-Carotene Vitamin C Vitamin E Zinc
Selenium Chromium

VITAMIN B6 - Pyridoxine Supports the growth of red blood cells that are important for healthy hair, scalp, and nail maintenance. Helps prevent dandruff. May aid in preventing hair loss.

Pyridoxine was discovered in the 1930s as the result of a series of nutritional investigations of rats fed vitamin-free diets. The original compound that was isolated is pyridoxine, named due to its structural similarity with pyridine, but possessing an additional hydroxymethyl group in the para position. In the body, however, the parahydroxymethyl moietyis oxidized to an aldehyde and the similar group in the meta position is phosphorylated, resulting in the biologically active pyridoxal phosphate. This coenzyme is remarkably versatile, being involved in transaminations, decarboxylations, racemizations, and numerous modifications of amino acid side chains. Clinically, pyridoxine helps normal function of the brain, promotes blood cell formation, maintains the chemical balance among body fluids, and assists in carbohydrate, protein, and fat metabolism. Common sources of pyridoxine include bananas, carrots, nuts, rice, fish, soybeans, and wheat germ. Symptoms of pyridoxine deficiency are very non-specific and hard to reproduce.

Recommended Dietary Allowances: Men = 2 mg; Women = 1.6 mg; Pregnant Women = 2.2 mg

  • Necessary for the synthesis & breakdown of amino acids, the building blocks of protein
  • aids in fat and carbohydrate metabolism
  • aids in the formation of antibodies
  • maintains the central nervous system
  • aids in the removal of excess fluid of premenstrual women
  • promotes healthy skin
  • reduces muscle spasms, leg cramps, hand numbness, nausea & stiffness of hands
  • helps maintain a proper balance of sodium & phosphorous in the body
  • Nervousness
  • insomnia
  • skin eruptions
  • loss of muscular control
  • anemia
  • mouth disorders
  • muscular weakness
  • dermatitis
  • arm & leg cramps
  • loss of hair
  • slow learning
  • water retention



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