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1. what happens in case of vitamin B3 overdose?
- Overdosing from many foods containing vitamin B3 cannot occur.
- If the body receives a little too much vitamin B3, the excess is excreted through the urinary tract.
- An overdose of niacin is caused by the wrong intake of nicotinic acid.
- In case of an overdose of vitamin B3, it can lead to bad complaints (e.g. liver damage, mage intestinal complaints).
- Long-term consequences of extreme overdose of vitamin B3 can be jaundice and disorders of glucose metabolism.
2. What is the daily requirement of vitamin B3?
The correct dosage of niacin varies from person to person. The German Nutrition Society (DGE) has determined what the daily requirement of the vitamin should be. Recommended for women is an intake of 10-13 mg of niacin per day. Men, on the other hand, should reach a daily intake of about 14-17 mg of niacin. The requirement is increased in adolescents, pregnant and lactating women. Adolescents are still growing and should always have an adequate supply of vitamins. Pregnant and breastfeeding women have an increased requirement, as they still have to provide for their offspring. However, it should always be noted that age, weight and size always play a significant role. Furthermore, factors such as diet and lifestyle should be taken into account.
3. vitamin B3 for blood circulation
A good blood circulation is particularly important for humans. The blood takes over not only over vital tasks, but transports oxygen through all areas of the body. Deposits in the vessels can lead to clogged blood vessels. It is often a long process before one notices where the blood vessels are affected. These can lead to heart attacks or strokes. Vitamin B3 promotes blood flow and effectively helps blood flow to the brain. In addition, it helps to build and break down carbohydrates, fatty acids and amino acids.
4. vitamin B3 in the form of food supplements
If you want to increase a too low vitamin B3 level with a dietary supplement, you should definitely pay attention to the form of the active ingredient and its origin. Vitamin B3 capsules are particularly suitable for increasing the vitamin B3 level. They are very well tolerated and are utilized by the body to a high degree. Likewise, the preparation should not contain chemical additives such as microcrystalline cellulose. If you buy a preparation from Germany, you can be sure that the product has also been produced safely and is of high quality.
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5. conclusion: What happens in case of an overdose of vitamin B3?
When vitamin B3 is overdosed, the body receives more vitamin B3 than necessary. If these are small amounts, they are excreted through the urinary tract. Larger overdoses result from taking too much supplement over a long period of time. This can result in liver damage and jaundice. For this reason, one should always pay attention to the exact daily amount of vitamin B3 and discuss changes with a physician.
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