Good sources of vitamin B6 are protein-rich foods, such as meat, poultry, fish, soybeans, peanuts, and wheat germ.
Large amounts of vitamin B6 are lost during cooking and storage of foods.
The refining of grains removes vitamin B6 and this vitamin is not added back to "enriched" breads and cereals.
A banana supplies about 0.48mg. of vitamin B6 and serving of hamburger, chicken or fish provides about 0.3mg. to 0.4mg of this vitamin.