niacinNiacin, also called vitamin B3 or PP, consists of two compounds: nicotinic acid and its amide.

It is responsible for the synthesis of hormones insulin, cortisol, thyroxine.

It interacts in the synthesis and distribution of carbohydrates, fatty acids, amino acids, in metabolic processes, participates in the production of red blood cells, inhibits the toxic action of chemical compounds and drugs, regulates cholesterol, dilates blood vessels, affects the nervous system, mental state, improves blood circulation of skin and hair.

It affects the improvement of mood, cures allergies, cures schizophrenia, depression; it is recommended for the treatment of mental illness.

It is found in poultry meat, pork, liver, fish, nuts, cereal products, potatoes, and other products.

The truth about Niacin and B-complex group of vitamins

The role of niacin in our health is neglected and underestimated.

Professor dr.n.med. Andrzej Frydrychowski shows us the importance of supplementation with this vitamin. He supported all the information with the research conducted at the Institute, which he works for.

What is niacin good for?

Above all, the central nervous system.

Here are 7 important things to know about Niacin

1 –Vitamin B consists of two compounds: niacin, or nicotinic acid and its amide.

The main metabolism is MNA or one-methyl-nicotinamide.

This metabolism has great properties.

It can serve as a biomarker for many cancers, ex, lungs, stomach, bladder. At the same time, it has excellent protection when it comes to changes in the vascular endothelium.

However, there is also an unpleasant side to this vitamin.

After its consumption, there is a flash effect, i.e. redness, erythema, and tingling of the skin. They usually disappear after about half an hour.

This redness does not matter to our health.

The flash effect is greater when we take niacin on an empty stomach, so it’s best to take it after a meal.

2 – What can be treated with niacin?

Many diseases associated with the “nerves”, or the nervous system.

In patients with schizophrenia, niacin was administered 3 times a day up to 1 gram. It did not cause a flash effect. The deficiency of this vitamin was so high that the flash effect couldn’t occur.

Only after a period of 3-4 months of taking niacin, this effect occurred, which shows how large were the deficiencies in the bodies of these patients.

3 –Who should take niacin?

Everybody. Each person should do a therapy (treatment) with this vitamin.

It will be difficult to get it from food due to poor quality of products. It can be produced in the body from the basic amino acid tryptophan.

4 –Niacin expands the vessels.

Vasodilatation occurs because niacin acts on lipocytes that release histamine, it has a similar effect to simply taking histamine, but there is no drop in blood pressure. So, this effect is appropriate and proves that we have fixed the deficiency.

5 –Niacin can save lives of people who are allergic, for example, to a bee sting. In this case, you should administer histamine quickly. And when you do not have it with you and every second counts, you need niacin. If the body has an excess, then there will be no side effects after a bee sting.

6 – What dosage of niacin should you take?

You should take this vitamin, and even better B complex, because not only vitamin B3 but also B6, B12 affects homocysteine.

The doses of niacin should start with 50 mg. If there is no flash effect after taking 50 mg, then we take another 50 mg.

We do so until the flash effect occurs and this is an individual dosage set for you. Everyone has a different degree of saturation, so the doses may vary.

3 times a day: half a gram it is a therapeutic dose.

In patients with schizophrenia, these doses reach up to 1 gram.

7 –Air pollution is very high nowadays. Pollen cause chronic bronchitis.

Vitamin B complex, eliminates inflammation.

Conclusion: Supplement yourself with niacin, because it prolongs life.

And remember:

we all have a vitamin D3 deficiency.

If you do not go out into the sun between 11 am and 2 pm, be sure to take vitamin D3 in the right dosage for your body.

Movement: exercising, running, walking …

Hundreds of thousands of processes take place in our bodies during the movement. Movement is necessary for our good health.

source: prof.dr.n.med. Andrzeja Frydrychowskiego

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