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Have you ever been irritated, become confused, or suffered from hearing difficulties? Have you had dry skin, dry mouth or cracked lips?
If so, you may not be getting enough vitamin B6. [i]
In fact, odds are that even if you eat well and take a multi-vitamin, you're still not getting enough vitamin B6.
The National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey did a study and found that your vitamin B6 decreases with age. What's worse is that following the governments paltry recommended daily allowanceb(RDA) also leaves you deficient.
For women it gets even tougher. Adult women had significantly lower B6 levels than men, even if they got the RDA. [ii]
One of the reasons is that most multivitamins, and even B-complex supplements, only give you the RDA of vitamin B6. That's never going to be enough to ensure your optimal health.
That's why I recommend taking my B6 supplement daily. I guarantee you'll get enough to feel happy, look your best and think clearly every day.
Size: 100 Tablets (100 mg)
[i] Dietary Supplement Factsheet: Vitamin B6- National Institutes of Health. http://ods.od.nih.gov. Retrieved 09/23/2011.
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[ii] Morris MS, Picciano MF, Jacques PF, Selhub J. "Plasma pyridoxal 5'-phosphate in the US population." Am J Clin Nutr. 2008 May;87(5):1446-54.
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Al Sears, M.D., is a practicing physician with extensive experience in the fields of complementary and natural healthcare. The recommendation and materials on this site represent his opinion based on his years of practicing medicine. Any recommendations are not intended to replace the advice of your physician. You are encouraged to seek advice from a competent medical professional regarding the applicability of any recommendations with regard to your symptoms or condition. It is important that you do not reduce, change or discontinue any medication or treatment without consulting your physician first.