This variation usually has to do with how hydrated we are.
Vitamin B6, which is essential to forming healthy blood cells and maintaining your nervous system, occurs naturally in foods including meat, oily fish, poultry, avocados, peanuts and watermelon.
Urine odor The smell of urine can change.
You can—but it's probably not a good idea.
Riboflavin, or vitamin B2, is notorious for causing this effect in urine.
Urea is also a waste product made of ammonia and carbon dioxide.
And because riboflavin and other B vitamins are water-soluble, your body dissolves any excess and excretes it in — you guessed it — your urine.
¡Afortunadamente, esta lección es bastante simple! The light we can see is actually only a very narrow band of wavelength between 400-700 nanometers in length.