Vitamins that can be dissolved in water, is one of the B complex vitamins. Vitamin B6 helps the body by building protein, making antibodies and making the red blood cells.
There are actually eight separate vitamins in the B family: thiamin (vitamin B1), riboflavin, (vitamin B2), niacin, vitamin B6, folate, vitamin B12, biotin, and pantothenic. B vitamins increase energy levels, regulate metabolism, and help create new red blood cells.
Vegetarians may find themselves at high-risk for deficiencies.
A vitamin B6 deficiency can may cause:
fatigue, dizziness, convulsions, mouth sores, nausea, nervousness
A water soluble type vitamin and is one of the B complex vitamins. The Vitamin B complex includes:
Vitamin B12 helps the body make red blood cells, maintain the nervous system, digest and use fats, carbohydrates, and some proteins for energy and form the neurotransmitters in the brain. Anemia is treated with injections of B12. Vegetarians, their children and the elderly are at risk for vitamin B12 deficiency.
A lacking of vitamin B12 may cause:
anemia, fatigue, very sensitive skin, nerve damage such as tingling sensations and numbness, muscle and nerve paralysis.