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Niacinamide 250 mg (100 capsules) | brain health vitamins & supplements

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Get extra joint and memory support with vitamin B3 niacinamide

Niacinamide (vitamin B3) is an essential member of the B-vitamin family. A preliminary study suggests that taking a pure form of B3 niacinamide can help boost circulation, promote joint flexibility, and support healthy cartilage and connective tissue for life. Plus, early animal studies show positive results in brain health.

Vitamin B3 niacinamide is different from niacin, another form of vitamin B3. Niacinamide does not give you the notorious niacin "flush."

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Ingredients & Dosage:

Niacinamide:  1 capsule gives you...

Niacinamide .......... 250 mg

Other ingredients: Gelatin, microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate

Dosage:
Adults: Take one capsule daily.
Children: This product is not recommended for children.

Allergy Information:
This product does not contain any major allergen (soy, milk, wheat, egg, shellfish, fish, peanuts, tree nuts).

Side Effects:
There are no known side-effects associated with this formula. However, as with any food product, there may be infrequent and highly sensitized reactions associated with this and any other nutritional supplement. If such a reaction occurs, you should consider discontinuing use of this or any product.

Warnings:
If you are lactating or are pregnant, consult a health care professional before taking this product. Keep out of reach of children.

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Scientific Support


It has been hypothesized that high doses of niacinamide promote optimal joint health due to the inhibition of pro-inflammatory cytokines (proteins that are messengers between cells). This molecule also does not cause the vasodilatation (or flushing) associated with niacin.1


1Jonas WB, et al. Inflamm Res 1996;45(7):330–4.