Many of us get enough vitamin B3 in our diets. However, in some instances, lifestyle choices and habits can keep us from getting sufficient amounts. Niacinamide is a great choice for those looking to supplement with Vitamin B3
The lack of meat and animal foods in the diet can make vegans susceptible to suffering from vitamin B3 deficiency, and dependence on alcohol can put alcoholics at risk by inhibiting B3 absorption. In cases such as this - and others in which B3 levels are a problem - B3 supplementation is necessary, and one of the best sources of such supplementation is niacinamide.
While niacin works as well, it may cause unwanted flushing, but niacinamide does not, so it is a perfect choice for those looking for vitamin B3 supplementation but wanting to avoid this side effect.
Each capsule contains: Vitamin B-3 (as Niacinamide): 500 mg
Non-medicinal ingredients: Capsule (gelatin, water), Magnesium Stearate.
Adults: take one capsule daily, with meals. Store in a cool, dry place.
Do not exceed the recommended dose except on the advice of a physician. Some people may experience a flushing, burning, tingling or itching sensation on the face, arms or chest