What is the role of vitamin B6?
AND in which foods are we found the most, in case of deficiency what are the consequences?
Vitamin B6 plays a key role in the assimilation of proteins and the improvement of muscle metabolism. It promotes the work of red blood cells and the proper functioning of the nervous system. A sedentary adult consumes 2.5 mg per day, an athlete 4 to 5 mg per day.
It is found in liver, kidneys, meat, fish, cereals, brewer’s yeast, green vegetables.
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