Rnlabs – Active B6
Features & Benefits
RN Labs Active B6 is a yeast-free, biologically active form of vitamin B6.
Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate (P5P) is the metabolically active form of vitamin B6 found in the body, and is known to be necessary for the transformation and utilisation of amino acids for many functions in the body, including energy production and neurotransmitter synthesis.
Activated B6 plays a crucial role in supporting the Methylation and Transulfation pathways and is involved in the production of hemoglobin, Intrinsic Factor, and is a vital component in the formation of the Myelin sheath that surrounds nerve cells
-The most ‘activated’ supplemental form of vitamin B6
-Involved in the metabolism of nearly all amino acids, as a coenzyme for reactions such as transamination and decarboxylation and the production of non-essential amino acids
-An important coenzyme for neurotransmitter biosynthesis
-May assist in the maintenance of normal healthy nerve and brain function
-May assist in the management of pre-menstrual tension/syndrome
-May help reduce the severity of nausea and vomiting during pregnancy
-Required in heme biosynthesis (Porphyrin pathway) and the formation of hemoglobin
-Required for conversion of homocysteine to Cysteine in the transulfation pathway
-Required for the conversion of folates in the methylation cycle
Dose & Administration
Suggested Use: Adults take 1-2 capsules daily or as prescribed by your healthcare practitioner.
Each Capsule Contains:
Eduivalent to Pyridocine 34.2mg
Excipients:Leucine, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Colloidal Anhydrous Silica.
Caution & Contradindications
FOR PRACTITIONER DISPENSING ONLY.
This product contains Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate which may be dangerous when used in large amounts or for a long time.
If symptoms persist consult your healthcare practitioner.
Vitamin and/or mineral supplements should not replace a balanced diet.
If pregnant, consult your healthcare practitioner before using this product.
Known Side Effects
The use of supplemental P5P has not been associated with toxicity, although the inactive form, pyridoxine, has been associated with peripheral neuropathy.