Determine the Food Sources of Pyridoxine?
Raw foods contain more of this vitamin than cooked foods. The food sources include:
1. Rich sources: Rice polishing s, wheat bran, wheat germ, dried yeast, liver.
2. Good sources: Whole cereals, legumes, nuts and seeds, milk powder, meat, egg, leafy vegetables.
3. Fair sources: Milled cereals, vegetables and fruits.
Figure: Illustrates some rich sources of pyridoxine
Remember, long storage, canning, roasting or stewing of meat, food-processing techniques, use of alcohol are destructive to this vitamin.