What is niacin good for?
Niacin (nicotinic acid) is an organic form of vitamin B3, which helps to turn the Food you consume into the Energy your Body requires. It is manufactured by animals & plants from Amino Acids, particularly tryptophan, and is also essential for the development of every cell in our bodies.
What does Niacin do to the body?
Other than the aforementioned (above), niacin maintains the health of your Skin, nervous system, and digestive system too!
What does Niacin do to your blood?
Niacin has a fifty year history in the reduction of triglycerides and LDL (bad) Cholesterol in the blood.
Does niacin help you sleep?
It might! Niacin is known to work alongside the adrenal glands in the production of stress-reducing hormones, which helps the body to relax. It is therefore unwise to rule out niacin as a potential natural sleeping aid.
What is a niacin flush?
A niacin flush is a medical term used to describe a common side effect of taking high doses of niacin. It appears as a 'flush' of itchy red patches upon the skin, which while is often uncomfortable, is also harmless.
How should I take niacin?
In most cases, niacin should be taken with food.
Can niacin and magnesium be taken together?
Yes! At the time of writing there were no reported interactions between niacin and Magnesium supplements.
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