Want To Promote Healthy Cholesterol Levels? Don’t Miss Out On B3
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Vitamin B3, also known as niacin, plays many vital metabolic roles:
- This B vitamin lowers harmful cholesterol levels while raising good (HDL) cholesterol, reducing the risk of heart disease. Some studies show a cardiovascular risk protective effect as the HDL level rises. Being sure to incorporate regular, muscle challenging exercise will help raise HDL as well.
- It may reduce the incidence of asthma-induced wheezing.
- It may be helpful in treating or preventing atherosclerosis, second heart attacks, Alzheimer’s disease and osteoarthritis.
Chicken breast, tuna and veal are good dietary sources of niacin, as are truly whole grains.
Try these recipes that provide B3:
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