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Nature's Way, Niacin 100 mg, Nicotinic Acid, 100 Capsules

Item # : 1570
Manufacturer SKU : 033674404706
Product Code : NW0470
Package Details : 100 Capsules
Serving Size : 1 Capsule
Serving per Container : This bottle will last for 100 Days
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Nature's Way, Niacin 100 mg, Nicotinic Acid, 100 Capsules
Price(र)  : 916.00
Offer (र)  : 824.00
Quantity

Ships in 10 to 12 days

Expiry Date : 31/07/2021

·       Premium Quality

·       Metabolism & Circulation

·       Certified Potency

·       Dietary Supplement

 

Health & longevity through the healing power of nature—that's what it means to Trust the Leaf

Niacin (Vitamin B3) is necessary for normal breakdown of fats & fatty acids, and energy release from carbohydrates. It is also an excellent vasodilator.

Our Niacin is carefully tested and produced to certified quality standards.

Suggested Use:

Take 1 capsule daily, preferably with food.

Supplement Facts:

Serving Size: 1 Capsule

Servings Per Container: 100

 

Amount Per Serving

% Daily Value

Niacin (nicotinic acid)

100 mg

500%

Other Ingredients:

Millet, maltodextrin, gelatin (capsule), cellulose, magnesium stearate.

Nature's Way Niacin contains no artificial ingredients, yeast, milk, lactose, wheat, sugar, or soy.

Warnings:

Caution: Niacin may cause temporary flushing, itching or rash. While this reaction is normal and harmless, if you experience any discomfort discontinue use.

Satisfaction Guaranteed. Freshness & safety sealed with printed outer shrinkwrap and printed inner seal. Do not use if either seal is broken or missing. Keep out of reach of children.

 

Q. What are the dietary source of Niacin?
A.Dietary Sources
The best food sources of vitamin B3 are found in beets, brewer's yeast, beef liver, beef kidney, fish, salmon, swordfish, tuna, sunflower seeds, and peanuts. Bread and cereals are usually fortified with niacin. In addition, foods that contain tryptophan, an amino acid the body coverts into niacin, include poultry, red meat, eggs, and dairy products.

Q.What are the functions of Niacin?
A.Niacin aids utilisation of energy and is important for healthy skin, digestive system, normal functioning of the gastrointestinal tract and for the synthesis of sex hormones.   
Deficiencies have been linked with dermatitis, diarrhoea and dementia with symptoms of fearfulness, apprehension, suspicion, worry, anger, depression, confusion, hostility, and irrational fears. There can also be a coated tongue, mouth ulcers, anorexia, dyspepsia, and intermittent constipation. Sufferers become fearful, tense, nervous, miserable, subject to dizziness, insomnia, recurring headaches and impaired memory. They may act immorally or criminally. Offenders with niacin deficiency have an impaired capacity to discern right from wrong. In some cases, individuals may have their moral attitudes negatively altered and in others it may lead to thoughtless promiscuity, pathological lying or petty stealing. 

Q.Does niacin or niacinamide help with high cholesterol?
A.Niacin is a well-accepted treatment for high cholesterol. Multiple studies show that niacin (not niacinamide) has significant benefits on levels of high-density cholesterol (HDL or "good cholesterol"), with better results than prescription drugs such as "statins" like atorvastatin (Lipitor®). There are also benefits on levels of low-density cholesterol (LDL or "bad cholesterol"), although these effects are less dramatic. Adding niacin to a second drug such as a statin may increase the effects on low-density lipoproteins.The use of niacin for the treatment of dyslipidemia associated with type 2 diabetes has been controversial because of the possibility of worsening glycemic control.

Q.What are the interactions of Niacin?
A.  If you are taking:

• Cholesterol-lowering drugs in the statin family, niacin might offer potential benefits; however, there are real dangers to this combination. Do not try it except under physician supervision.
• The antituberculosis drug isoniazid (INH): You may need extra niacin.
• Anticonvulsant drugs such as carbamazepine or primidone: Do not take niacinamide except under physician supervision.
• If you drink alcohol excessively:
• Do not take niacin except under physician supervision.