Vitamin B6

Sophie Medlin, Dietitian

Major Functions
Metabolism of nutrients - Synthesis of red blood cells and neurotransmitters - Mood regulation
In every dose
30mg (equal to 9oz tuna steak or 3 cups of chickpeas)
Fighting Talk
Vitamin B6 is key in metabolising homocysteine - which is important as elevated levels have been associated with higher risks of depression, psychiatric disorders, dementia and Alzheimer’s.

What’s in it for my brain?

B6 helps to make neurotransmitters serotonin, dopamine and gamma-aminobutyric acid, which all regulate our emotions.

Fringe benefits

Essential for energy release from food 

Essential for haemoglobin formation

Plays well with

Iron and B6 work together to form haemoglobin, so it’s important to consume both.

Clever stuff

Vitamin B6 may help to improve brain function and even prevent Alzheimer’s disease; one clinical trial found that vitamin supplementation with folic acid, B6 and B12 slowed shrinking of the brain over two years in areas of the brain that are associated with cognitive decline.

For the nerdy

Our smart supplement has been developed to let your brain thrive.