(Pyridoxine, pyridoxamine, pyridoxal)
Vitamin B6 is used for the treatment of anemia and high blood levels of homocysteine, a substance thought to be involved in heart disease, brain development during pregnancy and infancy, and immune function. It is also used for more than 100 enzyme reactions involved in metabolism.
Plant: Bananas, whole grains, potatoes & other starchy vegetables, and nuts
Animal: Meats & milk; however when milk is dried, it loses about half of its B6. Freezing & canning meats can also reduce the amount of B6