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Solgar P-5-P -- 50 mg - 50 Tablets

Active Coenzyme Form of B6. Supports a Healthy Nervous System. Gluten Wheat & Dairy Free. Suitable for Vegetarians. The body converts Vitamin B6 into P-5-P (pyridoxal-5-phosphate) before it can be used. This biologically active coenzyme form of B6 promotes the metabolism of carbohydrates proteins and amino acids. P-5-P is one of Solgar's premium-quality Vitamin B products and is specially coated to protect against degradation from stomach acids.
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2 out of 2(100%)customers recommend this product.
Customer reviews for Solgar P-5-P -- 50 mg - 50 Tablets
Review 1 for Solgar P-5-P -- 50 mg - 50 Tablets
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5 / 5
5 / 5
deannde
fromSkippack Pa
Age:45-54
Gender:Female
 December 31, 2013
"haven't been using this long enough to know but I have heard that if you are gulten free this is a must...don't know"
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Review 2 for Solgar P-5-P -- 50 mg - 50 Tablets
Overall rating:
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5 / 5
Cartoonist
Age:35-44
Gender:Male
Sensible
 December 30, 2013
"Regular B6 has to be processed by the liver and gets degraded in the stomach unlike this one b/c it's in its active co-enzymated form and enteric coated to prevent stomach degradation."
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