Health Benefits

Essential for hormones production, the synthesis of sex hormones and promotes healthy circulation and healthy skin.

Niacin assists in energy production and the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats and proteins also the production of hydrochloric acid to aid good a beneficial digestive system. Niacin is present in all cells and facilitates glucose and fat metabolism.

B3 Improves normal secretion of bile and stomach fluids. Niacin also reduces cholesterol and high blood pressure. This vitamin also relieves cramps, migraine headaches and is a memory enhancer.

Therapeutic Uses

Anxiety, aggressiveness, schizophrenia, depression, stress, irritability, fatigue, sleep disorders, alcoholism, arthritis, atherosclerosis, diarrhoea, heart burn, tinnitus, dizziness, headaches, nervousness, migraine, neuropathy, dermatitis, itchy skin, dry skin, liver spots, psoriasis, diarrhoea, burns, fatigue, halitosis (bad breath), headaches, cancer, indigestion, insomnia, limb pains, loss of appetite, low blood
sugar, cramps, high blood cholesterol, muscular weakness, Hodgkin’s disease, autism, Alzheimer’s, Bell’s palsy, downs syndrome, multiple sclerosis, poor circulation, dysmenorrhea, protein deficiency and imbalances, Asthma, tooth growth, retarded growth, age related macular degeneration, retinopathy, male
pattern baldness, kidney failure, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, skin eruptions, smoking withdrawal, burns, diabetes, cholera and inflammations.

Antagonists: sugar, excess starch, antibiotics, excess physical exercise and trauma.

Dietary Sources

Dried Fruit
Starch Foods
Protein Foods
Protein Foods
Herbal Source

A Guide to Vitamins Found Naturally in Food

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