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Amazing Vitamin Helps Alzheimer’s And More!

Written by Wellness Club on May 19, 2010 – 1:04 pm -

Amazing Vitamin Helps Alzheimer’s And More!

 

Niacinamide (Vitamin B3) is Potent Natural Help for Alzheimer’s, Arthritis, Anxiety and Type I Diabetes

 

By Nurse Mark

 

Niacinamide, also known as nicotinamide, is one of the two forms of vitamin B3 (the other form is niacin).

Niacin is converted to into nicotinamide in the body, but these two different forms of B3 have slightly different effects. Niacinamide does not lower cholesterol or cause the flushing that niacin does.

Niacinamide has been used safely since the 1940′s for arthritis and memory loss and it has an excellent safety profile.

In cases where memory loss, especially early memory loss is evident, treatment cannot be initiated too soon – and the results are dramatic. In both arthritis and memory loss, the effects of niacinamide typically take 3-4 weeks to appear and 3-4 months to reach full effect.

Consider Niacinamide for:

  • Alzheimer’s disease – a recent study found that niacinamide completely reverses symptoms of the disease in lab animals, and human trials are now under way.
  • Memory improvement – The findings were so dramatic in the Alzheimer’s study that researchers suggest that even people with non-Alzheimer’s memory changes may benefit.

  • Diabetes Type I - niacinamide reduces glycosylated hemoglobin, retards beta cell death (beta cells produce insulin) and helps prevent cell damage by restoring NAD levels.

  • Osteoarthritis – niacinamide has been shown to improve joint mobility, reduce inflammation and allow for a decrease in arthritis medication.

  • Anxiety and Stress – niacinamide has benzodiazepine-like actions which help balance brain chemistry and relieve anxiety. Study participants also reported better sleep with niacinamide.

To learn more about this amazing B Vitamin, visit our Niacinamide webpage at www.drmyattswellnessclub.com where you will find a fully scientifically-referenced article.

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