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|The Uses of Niacinamide in the Body |
Niacinamide is also Vitamin B3 or referred to as Nicotinic acid. When the amide molecule attaches itself to the niacin it becomes Niacinamide. Niacin and Nicotinic acid play important a role in the body and Niacinamide has the same effects as in the body.
Many believe that the Niacinamide is able to delay the Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease effects that are debilitating. Research that has been done shows that if supplemented in the early stages of Parkinson's disease, it will be of great benefits before the depletion of Dopamine begins.
It strengthens the immune system as well as reduce the inflammation in the brain.
The protein Phosphorylated tau causes lesions to form around the Alzheimer's disease and the Niacinamide helps to lower these levels. The deficiency of Niacinamide is like the symptoms of depression and anxiety, insomnia, headaches, apprehension, fatigue and hyperactivity.
All these symptoms will disappear once the amounts are corrected in the body. In addition, it has been known to enhance the production of insulin as well as protect insulin secretion and sensitivity by helping in metabolism and functions of the cell. It may delay the onset of Type II Diabetes.
Its anti-inflammatory properties are of great benefit to the patients with conditions of the skin. It blocks the iodides that aggravate and cause the acne. This nutrient is available in various foods like cereal grains, green vegetables, eggs, milk, fish, meat and yeast among others.
|Ingredients: Amount per serving: % Daily Value: +|
Niacin (as Niacinamide) 500 mg 2500%
Gelatin (capsule), WholeFood Base (Whole Rice Concentrate including the Kernel, Polishings and Hull and Pure Aloe Vera Gel [Aloeofficinalis])
As a dietary supplement, take 1 capsule daily with a meal or a glass of water.