Viatmin b6 Lecithin-
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eyebeeablessing2u - October 9

Anyone ever heard to increase your Vitamin B 6 intake... I found this info elsewhere and thought I'd pass it on... 1. Vitamin B6
Vitamin B6 is a great fertility vitamin. Given the choice of just one vitamin to take I´d choose B6 over any other vitamin.

2. Foods
Vitamin B6 can be found in yeast, whole grains, legumes, liver, eggs, cereal, meat and fish.

3. PMS and Morning Sickness
Vitamin B6 helps to alleviate PMS and morning sickness.

4. Luteal Phase Defect
Vitamin B6 helps to lengthen the luteal phase. A luteal phase is the time from ovulation to menstruation. If the luteal phase is below 10 days it´s considered deficient.

5. Dosage
It is beneficial to take at least 50 mg (up to 200 mg) of vitamin B6 daily - all cycle long. I saw great results with just 63 mg of the B6 a day. As with any supplement, be sure to seek the advise of your physican before starting a new regimen.

6. Hormone Levels
Vitamin B6 is known for helping to normalize hormone levels which in turn helps to lengthen the luteal phase and to minimize PMS and morning sickness.

Lecithin is a phosphorus lipid that is required by every single cell in your body. The cell membranes in the body contain phosphorus lipids. These membranes handle the flow of nutrients in and out of the cell. The protective sheaths around your brain are also made of phosphorus lipids and muscle and nerve cells are also.

Lecithin is used to protect proper cardiovascular health, improve brain function, increase energy levels, support a healthy liver and aid in the digestion of fats.

Lecithin is an important supplement in any person's diet because it is widely used by the body everyday. It helps with the absorption of fat soluble vitamins, and also enables fats like cholesterol to be dispersed in water and then removed from your body.

Lecithin is an emulsifier, which helps keep fat in solution in a watery environment


lyz - May 12

i have been taking b6 for a month and now i feel like i have morning sickness but had a negative test. is it poss that b6 is makin me feel sick do you think?



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