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B6 Vitamin


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Vitamin B6 uses?

Vitamin B6 is essential in building and breaking down proteins in the body, including hormones, red blood cells, nerve chemicals, enzymes, and other protein-related compounds.

Vitamin B6 is important in building and breaking down carbohydrates and fats.

Converting the amino acid tryptophan into niacin depends on vitamin B6.

Vitamin B6 helps make hormone-like substances called prostaglandins that regulate many body processes, including blood pressure, muscle contraction, and heart function.

A deficiency of this B vitamin results in moodiness, depression, mental confusion, increased colds and infections, skin problems, anemia, fatigue, poor coordination, and elevated blood levels of protein called homocysteine that increases heart-disease risk.