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High B6 Level NOT from ingestion

High B6 level has been found in my friend's bloodstream.  It is not coming down even after severe dietary restrictions.  Literature indicates possible B6 source could be intestinal bacteria.  She is discovering many others have a high B6 level that doesn't correlate with diet or supplements.  She's suffering from all the classic signs of hypervitaminosis relative to B6 toxicity.  Is there any research into this you can point us to?  Is there any way to reduce the B6 level if diet won't do it?  Would limiting zinc or magnesium help?  Any advice would be very helpful and encouraging.
Thanks!  Bruce
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Exercise is the only thing I know of. Maybe blood donations?
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Hi,

Most cases of B 6 toxicity occur from ingestion of supplements and not from food sources. I would suggest you to give it some time as it takes upto 6 months for the levels to normalize even after dietary restrictions.

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