Niacin can be found in yeast, red meat and fish, milk, eggs, green vegetables and grains. It is also included in many different vitamin supplements. Niacin reduces levels of bad cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood, however, with a simultaneous increase in insulin resistance. There are indications that it ma also reduce the risk of Alzheimer's.
Vitamin B3 can be added to food or consumed in capusles during a meal.
A recommended dose is dependent on age and gender and may be somewhere between 12 to 16 per day.
Side effects include an upset stomach or diarrhoea, which passes with time.
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