Vitamin B6

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Reduced Inflammation

  • In 2010 The Journal of Nutrition published a study based on 2686 subjects which found that, after adjusting for confounding factors, higher blood concentrations of vitamin B6 were associated with lower levels of inflammatory markers.
  • In 2010 Psychopharmacology published a double-blind study in which 215 males aged 30-55 received either a placebo or a high-dose B-complex vitamin for 33 days. Questionnaires taken before and after treatment, showed that the B vitamin group had significantly less perceived stress and better perceived health and mood. They also scored better on cognitive tests and rated themselves as less mentally tired both before and after completing the tests.

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