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My favorite B6 containing supplements:
Multi Nutrients (multi vitamin with high levels of B6) – https://bit.ly/2Ie7FuJ
B Complete (B complex with B6) – https://bit.ly/38wEcnW
Enzymes that help convert proteins into hormones and neurotransmitters rely on vitamin B6. For example, vitamin B6 dependent enzymes convert 3,4-dihydroxyphenylalanine into dopamine (pleasure), tryptophan into serotonin (feel good), and glutamic acid into GABA (calm). This means vitamin B6 plays an important role in your emotional and mental well-being. So it’s not surprising that vitamin B6 deficiencies have been associated with depression. Vitamin B6 supplementation has also been shown to help reduce emotional symptoms associated with PMS (premenstrual syndrome), including moodiness and irritability.
Vitamin B6 helps activate the vitamin folate. Activated folate is used to make purines needed for DNA synthesis and methionine for protein synthesis. Methionine also forms S-adenosylmethionine (SAMe), which is involved in the production and regulation of hormones and neurotransmitters. It also helps keep your cell membranes healthy.
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