VITAMIN B6 VITAMIN B6 WILL MAKE YOUR BODY GREAT AGAIN!

Vitamin B6 is a water-soluble vitamin naturally present in many foods. It is involved with more than 100 enzyme reactions, protein metabolism, and more. Most importantly, it functions as a coenzyme for an enzyme that catalyzes the release of glucose. This is necessary for exercise and movement.

The RDA for a male 14-18 years old is 1.3 mg. This can be met through 1 cup of chickpeas at 1.1 mg and 1 cup of cottage cheese at 0.2 mg.

Vitamin B6 deficiency is also very uncommon! Many foods provide the nutrient and our daily requirements are low but Vitamin B6 still provides amazing benefits!

Chickpeas, Beef, Tuna, Salmon, and many other types of nuts all provide vitamin B6. Many types of food provide the nutrient!

Salmon HAS VITAMIN b6!

VITAMIN b6 WILL MAKE YOUR BODY GREAT AGAIN!

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