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Synonyms for niacin

a B vitamin essential for the normal function of the nervous system and the gastrointestinal tract

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These recommendations indicate using even a higher dose of statin, more potent statin or combination with fibrate, niacine, bile acid sequestrant or ezetimibe, should be considered as starting therapy for these patients.
A lack of vitamin B has long been associated with depression and a dangerous deficiency of B3 (niacine) is already known to cause anxiety and agitation as well as mental slowness and psychosis, which are also symptoms of Alzheimer's.
Of additions of sodium bicarbonate, monensin, salt, Aspergillus oryzae culture extract, niacine, lysine o phenylanine to ground corn-based supplements on feed intake and digestion by Holstein cows consuming hay.
oleifera, serait due a un apport de proteines, de fer, des vitamines B (thiamine, riboflavine et niacine), E (a-tocopherol) et de nicotinamide contenus dans la poudre de feuilles et mis en evidence par plusieurs auteurs [7, 12, 14, 16].