Vitamin B6

Dosage: 5 mg (250% Daily Value)

FORM: PYRIDOXINE  
SOURCE : USA

FOUND IN

ANIMAL PROTEIN = tuna, salmon, chicken, eggs, turkey breast, beef, liver and other organ meat

DIARY PRODUCTS = cheese, milk

FRUITS = avocado, banana

VEGETABLES = corn, broccoli, cauliflower, mushrooms

NUTS AND SEEDS = hazelnuts, pistachios, sunflower seeds, sesame seeds

Pinto beans

Potatoes and sweet potatoes

Spinach

 

ROLE
Energy
Brain function
Mood booster
Physiological health
Nervous system regulation

HOW WE USE IT
In our coffees and green tea in combination with other B vitamins to enhance positive complex effects

 

Benefits

  • Produces energy 
    • Important for digestive health
    • Supports weight loss efforts
  • Brain function 
    • Memory
  • Mood booster

    • Physiological health 
      • Maintains a healthy nervous system

    Signs of a Deficiency

      Populations at risk of B6 deficiency

      • Elderly
      • Children
      • Pregnant and nursing mothers
      • Heavy drinkers
      • People with autoimmune disorders
      • Those with heart disease

      Frequency of US Population With B6 Deficiency

      • Less than 5% of population
      • Usually paired with B9 and B12 deficiencies