Vitamin B6

Dietary sources of B6 include meat, poultry, fish, whole grain, legumes, potatoes and bananas. Like with most water-soluble vitamins, excess intake of B6 is excreted and not stored in the body

B6 is an important component for metabolic functions, the formation of red blood cells and for maintaining a strong immune system.

Lasting B6 deficiency can lead to anemia, dermatitis (inflammation of the skin), glossitis (a sore tongue), depression, confusion and convulsions.


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  1. my daughter is having a sore tounge. she will not eat any kind of food.she is 1 1/2 years old. our Dr recommended vit B6 syrup. but still she is having this problem

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