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Niacinamide, also known as nicotinamide, is a B vitamin found in foods such as dark green leafy vegetables, fruits, and seeds. A vitamin A-rich vitamin, niacinamide has anti-oxidant properties. It is also associated with preventing the breakdown of the red blood cells in the body. Niacinamide is also a vitamin B3 which helps convert B vitamins into the necessary vitamin B
Niacinamide is very important to a healthy skin, hair, and nails. Niacinamide is also beneficial to the nervous system, and helps with the production of the thyroid hormone, thyroxine. Niacinamide can help prevent osteoporosis and other bone disorders, and is also linked to an increased risk for heart disease, cancer, and a number of other health problems. In fact, the benefits of niacinamide are so great that the American Society for Clinical Nutrition has put the supplement on their list of "The 100+ Healthiest Foods on Earth." The "100+" category includes a number of vitamin/mineral supplements that have been shown to help you keep your blood sugar in a normal range. Niacinamide has also been found to reduce the risk of blood clots in the leg, reducing your risk of an arterial stroke.