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S: niacin by arnold delgado

FC: niacin B3 | Niacin, Nicotinic Acid,

1: it is a water-soluble,which means it is not store. leftover amounts of the vitamin leave the body through the urine. | ROLE OR FUNCTION

2: males age 14 and older:16mg/day females age 14 and older:14mg/day | R.D.A

3: niacin is found in variety of food including liver,chicken,beef,fish cereal,peanuts and legumes, and also synthesized from tryptophon , which is found in meat, dairy and, eggs. | food sources

4: Dietary deficiencies are disorders that occur because of a lack of essential nutrients in the diet, or because the body cannot absorb and process those nutrients once they are eaten. Most dietary deficiency diseases are caused by a lack of protein, vitamins, or minerals. | LACK OF NUTRIENT IN DIET

5: Most dietary deficiency diseases are caused by a lack of protein, vitamins, or minerals. Protein deficiency diseases occur when a person does not eat enough protein; | Large doses of some vitamins, such as A and D, can be harmful. Vitamins A and D are fat-soluble vitamins and can accumulate in the liver to the point of becoming toxic. | Too much of certain trace elements, like zinc, copper, fluoride, and selenium, can be toxic. | TOO MUCH OF THE NUTRIENT IN DIET

6: Several side effects of niacin have been identified, including flushing (the most common complaint), possible liver toxicity, gout, dizziness, itching, stomach upset, headache and back pain. | INTERESTING FACTS

7: mayo clinic and med line plus textbook | CREDITS

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