Benefits of Pyridoxine

Pyridoxine

Pyridoxine (also known as Vitamin B6) is a healthy vitamin that offers many benefits towards your body. It helps to provide the proper growth development within different functions and other areas on your body when taking on a daily basis.

This vitamin is also included in many foods we eat and that plays a significant role on how well your body maintains proper health support in so many levels. Benefits that occur when you take pyridoxine are treating pregnancy related nausea, healthier skin and preventing diabetes.

Here are more benefits that are provided when you add pyridoxine towards your diet and how it can help support your body for a long period of time:

 

 

1. Detoxifies the Liver

 

2. Supports Vision Health

 

3. Treats Pregnancy Related Nausea

 

4. Leaves your skin looking healthier than before

 

5. Prevents Diabetes

 

6. Relieves Mood Swings

 

7. Treats Hair Loss

 

8. Improves Cognitive Functions

 

9. Provides growth and development of the brain, skin, nerves and more body parts

 

10. Prevents Rheumatoid Arthritis




 

11. Relieves Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

 

12. Cures Anemia

 

13. Enhances Health of Blood Vessels

 

14. Lowers High Cholesterol

 

15. Women can take this for Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) or other menstruation issues

 

16. Reduces Headaches, Migraines and Dizziness

 

17. Increases Appetite

 

18. Boost Immune System

 

19. Prevents Cancer

 

20. Prevents Kidney Stones

 

21. Good for Bladder Infections

 

Here are the recommended intakes of Pyridoxine:

 

Infant to 6 months – 0.1 mg per day

7-12 months – 0.3 mg per day

1-3 years – 0.5 mg per day

4-8 years – 0.6 mg per day

9-13 years – 1.0 per day

14-18 years – 1.3 (Male), 1.2 (Female), 1.9 (Pregnant) & 2.0 (Lactating) mg per day

19-50 years – 1.3 (Male), 1.3 (Female), 1.9 (Pregnant) & 2.0 (Lactating) mg per day

51 + years – 1.7 (Male) & 1.5 (Female) mg per day

 

Pyridoxine

 

Pyridoxine can be found in many food products. Here is a list of foods and products that contains Pyridoxine below:

Grass-Fed Beef

Chicken

Turkey

Tuna

Shrimp

Salmon

Beef Liver

Ground Beef

Sesame Seeds

Sunflower Seeds

Pistachio Nuts

Pinto Beans

Chickpeas

Avocado

Blackstrap Molasses

Amaranth Grain

Milk

Cheese

Lentils

Bananas

Watermelon

Spinach

Carrots

Brown rice

Bran

Wheat germ

Whole-grain flour

Breakfast Cereal

Potatoes

Spaghetti

Waffles

Cottage Cheese

Squash

Nuts

Raisins

Onions

Tofu

 

References:

https://www.webmd.com/vitamins/ai/ingredientmono-934/pyridoxine-vitamin-b6

https://www.naturalfoodseries.com/12-benefits-vitamin-b6-pyridoxine/

https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/VitaminB6-HealthProfessional/

 

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