Thursday, August 16, 2018

Banana with vitamin B6

Bananas are economical food and provide a significant amount of vitamin B6. Therefore, they are well posited as a readily available source of vitamin B6 for the elderly.

Bananas contain about 40 % of daily recommended amount of vitamin B6. In general, consuming 1.5 to 2 bananas would provide the recommended intake of vitamin B6 each day throughout most of the life span.

A 100 -gram serving of bananas provides 0.58 milligrams of vitamin B6. Thus an average sized banana (120 grams) would provide 0.7 milligrams of this vitamin.

Although extreme deficiency of vitamin B6 is to be quite rare, numerous clinical studies have demonstrated the importance of vitamin B6 in a number of health conditions that typically respond to vitamin B6 supplementation, including asthma, premenstrual syndrome, carpal tunnel syndrome, depression, morning sickness and kidney stones.

Premenstrual syndrome is remedied from consuming bananas because the B6 property regulate blood glucose levels, which can affect the person mood.
Banana with vitamin B6

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