Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) plays a role
in over one hundred different biochemical process as a coenzyme.
These processes include metabolizing glycogen and amino acids, producing
nucleic acids, and producing and metabolizing hemoglobin. Vitamin
B6 functions as a component of more bodily process than any other
Vitamin B6 helps the body to metabolize proteins
and carbohydrates for energy.
Vitamin B6, is used to aid the body in the
processing of amino acids, It helps amino acids to be absorbed by
the intestines, synthesized, and broken down.
Pyridoxine aids in the conversion of tryptophan
(an amino acid) into both niacin (vitamin B3) and serotonin (a brain
It is critical for the production and synthesis
of numerous body chemicals, including insulin, hemoglobin, neurotransmitters,
enzymes, prostaglandins, histamine, dopamine, and adrenaline.
Vitamin B6 helps to promote a healthy immune
system and maintain proper immune system function.
It is required for normal brain and central
nervous system function. Pyridoxine is particularly crucial for
maintaining the health of nerve and muscle cells
It plays a critical role in the formation of
both red and white blood cells. It also helps to guard the heart
by inhibiting cholesterol deposits,
Vitamin B6 is also needed for proper absorption
of vitamin B12 to occur.