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  1. Niacin is a B-vitamin. When taken as a prescription in larger doses, it can help lower cholesterol and other fats in your blood. Niacin helps: Raise HDL (good) cholesterol Lower LDL (bad) ...
  2. Niacin is a type of B vitamin. It is water-soluble vitamin. It is not stored in ... Niacin helps the digestive system, skin, and nerves to function. It is also important for changing food ...
  3. ... occurs when a person does not get enough niacin (one of the B complex vitamins) or tryptophan ( ... Pellagra is caused by having too little niacin or tryptophan in the ... to absorb these nutrients. Pellagra may also develop due to: ...
  4. ... Vitamin B1 ( thiamine ) Vitamin B2 ( riboflavin ) Vitamin B3 ( niacin ) Pantothenic acid (B5) Biotin (B7) Vitamin B6 Vitamin ... and in the production of hormones and cholesterol. Niacin is a B vitamin that helps maintain healthy ...
  5. ... The liver can also use tryptophan to produce niacin (vitamin B3), which is needed for energy metabolism ... tryptophan in the diet to be changed into niacin, the body needs to have enough: Iron Riboflavin ...
  6. ... Irritability SKIN AND HAIR Flushing (reddened skin) from niacin (vitamin B3) Dry, cracking skin Itching , burning skin, ... Niacin flush (vitamin B3) is uncomfortable, but lasts only 2 to 8 hours. Vitamins A and D ...
  7. ... medicines, including insulin, acetazolamide, foscarnet, imatinib, intravenous iron, niacin, pentamidine, sorafenib, and tenofovir Fanconi syndrome Fat malabsorption ...
  8. ... signs of: Heart valve problems, such as murmur Niacin-deficiency disease ( pellagra ) Tests that may be done ...
  9. ... Pantothenic acid and biotin Vitamin B12 Folic acid Niacin (vitamin B3) Vitamin A Other tests may be ...
  10. ... Antibiotics in the tetracycline family may be useful. Niacin (a B complex vitamin) is sometimes given along ...
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