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Anonymous asked in HealthDiet & Fitness · 1 decade ago

Do you agree with article below about so-called vitamin B6 being bad for you?

Below quoted from: http://www.brojon.org/frontpage/bomber/bomber1.htm...

B6 is added, since it is a simple and stable synthetic chemical which does not degrade with age or cooking. It is also very cheap and adding 100% RDA costs almost nothing. But it is NOT a vitamin. It is not found in any natural food. And there is no natural form of B6. It is not a food. It's just a chemical.

It's a long story, which I will tell in a later article. But the average person in America, and now throughout the world, who eats a bowl of cereal for breakfast, a McBurger bun for lunch and other snacks and desserts, gets about 1,000% or ten times the RDA for B6. That is an extreme overdose of B6. This stops all the natural tryptophan in the diet from ever getting into the brain, to become the neurochemicals serotonin and melatonin. B6 is THE SOURCE of the so-called "chemical imbalance in the brain" which affects about half the population. If you were ever diagnosed as have a "brain chemical imbalance,"

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    It's nothing more than a crazy conspiracy theory.

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