Vitamin B6 [nutrient]

Vitamin B6 is needed for metabolism of protein, fat, carbohydrates, and for the creation of red blood cells and neurotransmitters. .An adult needs between 1.3 and 17 milligrams per day. Most people get enough vitamin B6 from their diet, and toxicity from food sources is unlikely However, excessive doses (more than 100 mg) of manufactured supplements can cause nerve damage.

Mamey [facts]

Mamey enhances immune function, promotes regularity, prevents anemia, and supports heart and skin health.

Grape [facts]

Grapes offer a wealth of health benefits due to their high nutrient and antioxidant contents.

Fig [facts]

Figs are rich in copper and Vitamin B6. Recipe: Fig and Walnut Salad The fig–ficus carica–is a unique fruit with pink flesh full of tiny seeds and an edible purple or green peel. Figs may promote healthy digestion, decrease your risk of heart disease, and help manage blood sugar levels. Fresh figs are low in…

Date [facts]

Dates (español: dátiles) are an ancient food, mentioned 50 times in the Bible and 20 times in the Qu’aran. They have been a staple food of the Middle East and the Indus Valley for thousands of years. There is archaeological evidence of date cultivation in Arabia from the 6th millennium BCE, and fossil records show that the date palm…

Fava Bean (Habas) Facts

Fava beans are rich in iron, phosphorous, magnesium, and manganese. One serving packs 106% of the daily requirement of folates, important for preventing birth defects.

Cashew Facts

Cashews pack 67% of the daily copper requirement, needed to form red blood cells.