You can obtain some amounts of vitamin B3 in the diet from high protein foods such as meat, fish and nuts. Niacin contributes to the normal function of the nervous system, as well as to the maintenance of normal skin and mucous membranes. For this reason, it is often taken by people wanting help with their skin health. Like many of the B vitamins it is also involved in the metabolic processes that release energy from food. Studies have shown its benefits whilst trying for a baby and during pregnancy. If you are considering taking vitamin B3 for this reason, then choose our StrongStart product
Vitamin B3 can be either taken on its own or as part of a vitamin B complex. Higher levels of niacin are also included in our B50 Complex and B100 Complex. Vitamin B3 can also be found in some of our multi-vitamin and minerals as shown below. If you would like further advice on which product to choose, for FREE advice contact our Nutrition Advisors on 01892 552175.