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Influence of vitamin B-6 intake on vitamin B-6 status of lactating women and on the vitamer content of their milk



Influence of vitamin B-6 intake on vitamin B-6 status of lactating women and on the vitamer content of their milk



Federation Proceedings 42(4): 1066



Total vitamin B6 and pyridoxal contents of milk were higher (P < 0.001) for women taking vitamin B6 supplements than in non-supplemented women. Pyridoxal was the predominant form of vitamin B6 in milk.

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