Can niacin (vitamin B3) raise NAD+ levels and improve the health of the mitochondria? That's a question we did not know the answer to. In this episode of my podcast I summaries the findings of the first study. It involved healthy people and those with mitochondria myopathy. You'll learn what niacin did and didn't do in both the healthy people and those who were not so healthy. Side effects and the research I'd like to see are also included. Plus the myth of the week – is it true we only use 10% of our brain? Joe Cannon Health podcast episode 48 available on Apple and Google Podcasts, Pandora, Spotify, and wherever else you get your podcasts.
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Joe Cannon, MS has degrees in exercise science and biology & chemistry. He’s an authority on dietary supplements, personal fitness training, the author of several books including Rhabdo, the first book about exercise-induced rhabdomyolysis.
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