What is niacin or vitamin B3?
Vitamin B3 is a water-soluble vitamin that is part of the B-complex and is needed to ensure the regular metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins and fats, in other words to produce energy. Niacin or B3 supports cardiovascular health, promotes intestinal function and ensures the normal functioning of the nervous system. Niacin may also help with arthritis and other inflammatory joint diseases.
Adequate intake of niacin is necessary:
- for healthy, glowing skin;
- to prevent stress and anxiety;
- for improving cholesterol circulation and lowering blood cholesterol and triglyceride levels;
- for proper blood circulation;
- to prevent memory problems.
How to spot niacin deficiency?
A deficiency of niacin, or vitamin B3, can manifest itself in many ways. If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, it could be due to vitamin B3 deficiency:
- skin damage;
- constant general tiredness;
- frequent diarrhoea;
- pellagra or rough skin;
- nervous system disorders;
- mood disorders.
How to prevent niacin deficiency?
Vitamin B3 deficiency, or niacin deficiency, can be prevented by a varied and healthy diet and by eating foods rich in niacin. A good quality niacin supplement can also be beneficial and can help to maintain niacin stores. The best natural sources of niacin are considered to be nuts, liver, fish, poultry, sesame and sunflower seeds, whole grains, kama and some dairy products.
When and how to use Epigenetics liquid niacin?
According to the manufacturer’s recommendations, the recommended daily dose for adults is 10 drops mixed with a small amount of water or juice at breakfast. It is important not to exceed the recommended daily dose. It is also important to remember that supplementation is not a substitute for a healthy and varied diet, but can provide additional nutrients to the body and help to keep vitamin stores replenished.
How to store the product correctly?
It is best to keep the vitamin bottle in a dry, cool place, out of the reach of children and to consume within 6 months of first opening.