Vitamin B6 interactions with other nutrients

Vitamin B6 requires riboflavin, zinc and magnesium for its normal function in the body. Vitamin B6 deficiency may result in low blood levels of vitamin C, increased excretion of calcium, zinc and magnesium, and reduced copper absorption.

Vitamin B6 interactions with drugs

Alcohol increases breakdown of the biologically active form of vitamin B6 and long-term use may cause liver damage which interferes with the conversion of vitamin B6 to the active form. Amphetamines, levodopa, some antidepressants, isoniazid, penicillamine and hydralazine may alter vitamin B6 requirements.
Vitamin B6 interactions Oral contraceptives may also affect vitamin B6 metabolism and increase needs.Large doses of vitamin B6 may interfere with the action of anticonvulsant drugs.



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