Vitamin B6 is found in low doses in almost all food of plant and animal origin.
Function & DetailsBecause vitamin B6 is found in almost all food, deficiency symptoms are rare. They mostly occur in connection with a lack of some other water-soluble vitamin. Vitamin B6 helps the body convert protein, fats and carbohydrates and promotes growth in children. Nerves and eyesight as well as the immune system further benefit from vitamin B6. Another important function of the vitamin B6 is that of keeping the sodium- and potassium balance and to generate red blood cells.
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