Vitamin B6 may be used as a hormone regulator. It also helps to regulate blood sugars, alleviates PMS, and may be useful in relieving symptoms of morning sickness nausea. B6 is vital to the baby’s developing brain and nervous system. Many of the building blocks of protein, amino acids, require B6 for their synthesis, as do the nucleic acids used in the creation of our DNA. Because amino and nucleic acids are such critical parts of new cell formation, vitamin B6 is essential for the formation of virtually all new cells in the body. It has also been shown to help with fertility. Best Sources: Organic turkey, grass-fed beef, organic chicken, wild salmon, sweet potatoes, potatoes, sunflower seeds, spinach, banana.