- CONTRIBUTES TO THE PRODUCTION OF BRAIN CHEMICALS – Vitamin B6 is used as a co-enzyme to produce brain chemicals such as Serotonin and Norepinephrine.
- ENCOURAGES ENERGY PRODUCTION – Vitamin B6 helps to metabolise glycogen to use as an energy substrate. This can lead to reduced feelings of fatigue.
- REDUCES PAINFUL SYMPTOMS OF PMS – Vitamin B6 can help to regulate hormones that generate painful symptom, this helps to manage PMS.
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Vitamin B6 Tablets from Oxford Vitality. Vitamin B6 is a water soluble vitamin that comes in 3 forms, Pyridoxine, Pyridoxal, and Pyridoxamine. The body has the ability to swap between the 3 forms, dependent on the body’s needs. Its active form is phosphorylated and known as pyridoxal 5’-phosphate (PLP). Vitamin B6 was discovered in 1934 by scientist György, who did vast amounts of pioneering work in the B-vitamins. His research was mainly focused on rats and he found that Vitamin B6 (as he named it) helped to cure skin disease. It was only in 1945 the other structures were discovered.
This Vitamin is found naturally in many food sources including organ meats, egg yolks, tuna, pork, bananas, avocados, soy beans and kale.
The role of Vitamin B6 is to produce hormones Serotonin and Norepinephrine, therefore it contributes to psychological function. Vitamin B6 is also taken to aid normal metabolism, of homocysteine, glycogen, and energy, leading to reduced feelings of fatigue and promoting vitality. In addition, it has been shown to help with Pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS) due to its ability to regulate hormonal activity. Lastly, Vitamin B6 is used to aid the function of the nervous, immune and vascular systems.Our Vitamin B6 tablet is 6mm in diameter, and easy to swallow. We provide this in a range of 6 quantities. Please note that long term intakes of 100mg of Vitamin B6 may lead to mild tingling and numbness.