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A single, low dose niacinamide drops triglycerides by 75%

Among the vitamin B3 analogs, niacin is perhaps the most famous for its ability to both raise…

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Cancer relies on fat as fuel due to high reductive stress

One of the few studies out there that not only links cancer with impaired OXPHOS, but demonstrates…

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Niacinamide increases ATP/NAD, lower glucose/cortisol in humans

A great new study demonstrating for the first time in a human experiment what hundreds of animal…

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Low-dose niacinamide has striking anti-obesity effects

It looks like the medical world has firmly set its sights on the bioenergetic wave/target, as the…

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Age-related steroid deficiency may be treatable with niacinamide

The study is actually about eye health, and the effects androgens play in it. However, the findings…

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Niacinamide improves glucose metabolism and muscle health in humans

Niacinamide probably does not need in introduction to the people reading my posts. However, despite the multitude…

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Niacinamide as treatment for scleroderma (systemic sclerosis)

Yet another “incurable” disease has been demonstrated to be nothing more but energetic deficiency in disguise. According…

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Alcohol causes liver (and other organ) damage by lowering NAD/NADH ratio

A neat little study, which demonstrates once again the crucial role of energy and optimal redox status…

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Vitamin B3 may treat “incurable” muscle disease

Over the last 2-3 years I have seen a dramatic increase in the number of studies and…

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Raising NAD levels may be therapeutic for COVID-19

A rather timely study, which demonstrates once again the crucial role energy plays even in “non-metabolic” diseases…