Scientists have named the most effective vitamin against infections


21/05/2013

U.S. scientists have found that the most powerful and effective vitamin that helps the body to resist all kinds of infections is vitamin B3. Studies have shown that this vitamin cope with bacteria, which can not cope with the majority of modern medicine.

Niacin (vitamin B3 clean), experiments have shown that increases a thousand times human immunity, protective functions are activated at the same time so that it gains protection from these dangerous bacteria such as Staphylococcus aureus. Scientists believe that very large doses of vitamin may even stop the progression of HIV infection.

Experts used in their experiments the dose which greatly exceeded the recommended daily intake of nicotinic acid. However, niacin was completely safe for health.

The "new" discovery of the American researchers, as it turned out, was not new. Scientist L. Ron Hubbard in the late 50s found that vitamin B3 effectively removes from the human body toxins. At that time, researchers have shown that vitamin even in very high doses, is not harm.

Vitamin B3 is found in all foods (meat, kidney, liver, dairy products), which contains other vitamins, but in different quantities. 100 g of the liver, for example, its about 14 mg, and 100 g of tuna contains about 19 mg vitamin. Many niacin is in meat products, in particular meat of turkey.

Quite a lot of niacin present in sunflower seeds and peanuts (1 cup nuts - 24 mg). An excellent source of vitamin B3 are considered unrefined grains. These include sprouted wheat, buckwheat, cereal variety of - oats, barley, corn, rye and other cereals uncrushed. Also rich in vitamin mushrooms, beans, peas, and soybeans. But especially vitamin B3, as well as all the other B vitamins, rich in yeast.


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