Japanese researchers have recently undergone a human study, and they discovered an essential connection between anxiety disorders and iron and vitamin B6 insufficiency.
It has been established for a long time now that nervous and emotional disorders may be caused by the lack of vitamin B in the body. As a matter of fact, vitamins belonging to the B complex group are universally acknowledged for the significant beneficial impact they have on the health of the brain.
- Pumpkin seeds
- Chicken and turkey meat
- Grapefruit juice
- Dark chocolate
- Sesame seeds
- Chia seeds
Here are foods that are rich in vitamin B6:
- Sunflower seeds
- All sorts of nuts
- Fish: salmon, tuna, herring
- Chicken breast, chicken wings, turkey meat
- Dried fruit: apricots, raisins
- Lean beef meat
- Cooked spinach
Your healthcare provider can further recommend you taking iron and vitamin B6 supplements if your test results indicate this necessity.
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