Vitamin B6 or Pyridoxine

The vitamin B6 (also known by the name of Pyridoxine), is a water-soluble vitamin found in food through three forms, which have an identical activity: pyridoxamine, pyridoxal and pyridoxine.

like the vitamin B3, this vitamin is essential for the correct functioning of the organism, since it participates directly in the action of numerous enzymes that intervene in the metabolism of amino acids and proteins.

Although the body is able to make a little vitamin B6, under the influence of intestinal bacteria, it is best to opt for foods richer in this vitamin.

Recommended contributions in vitamin B6

Recommended contributions per day
Babies <6 months0.6 mg.
Children from 6 to 12 months0.6 mg.
Children from 1 to 3 years old0.8 mg.
Children from 4 to 9 years old1.4 mg.
Children from 10 to 12 years old1.6 mg.
Teen girls2 mg.
Teenage boys2.2 mg.
Adult woman2 mg.
Adult man2.2 mg.
Nursing mother2.5 mg.
Woman with child2.5 mg.

 

Foods rich in vitamin B6 or pyridoxine

Food Quantity (mg. Per 100 g.)
Dry beer yeast5 – 10
Bakery yeast)4 – 8
Wheat germ1 – 5
Liver1,2
Avocado0,6
Wholemeal bread)0,5
Vegetables0,5
Integral rice)0,2 – 0,6
Fish0,2 – 0,5
Kidneys0,4
Bananas0,35
Ham0,34
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