“Niacinamide, by lowering the free fatty acids and regulating the redox system, supporting sugar oxidation, is useful in the whole spectrum of metabolic degenerative diseases.” – Dr. Ray Peat
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Niacinamide, the amide form of niacin (Vitamin B3) can serve as a reliable precursor to NAD+. By raising the NAD:NADH ratio, Niacinamide supports improved glucose metabolism and energy production, and restrains the release of volatile free fatty acids into the bloodstream.

Niacinamide brings about the kinds of benefits associated with having a higher metabolic rate.

We recommend reading our comprehensive Niacinamide article to learn more.

Suggested adult serving size: 100mg (flat scoop provided) taken 3 times daily, in water or juice, with food.

Refer to our article for more details on tailoring your ideal dose.

Best not taken in the evening in case it affects sleep.

Servings per container: 233

Storage instructions: Store in a cool, dry place, out of direct sunlight, below 25 degrees C.

Pregnant women should consult with their health professional before consuming. Do not take oral niacinamide if you are currently taking anticonvulsant drugs, such as carbamazepine or primidone.

Average quantity per 300mg total serve:

300mg Niacinamide

Pharmaceutical grade Niacinamide powder.

Measure scoop included.



NAD+ precursor

Niacinamide brings about the kinds of benefits associated with having a higher metabolic rate; everything from increased energy production and improved insulin sensitivity to prevention (and potentially treatment) of the degenerative diseases related to impaired energy production.

Frequently Asked Questions

It’s best to limit the amount taken at a time to 100mg, unless advised by your health practitioner. For the purpose of raising NAD+, more that 100mg in one go can be counterproductive.
We also recommend several small doses a day, because being water-soluble, it has a short half-life in the body, perhaps only 4 hours, so topping this up frequently is ideal.

It’s best taken with food.

No. And this is another reason why Niacinamide is more beneficial; the flushing niacin can cause is not good; it’s liberating histamine and serotonin, which over time can cause inflammation. - refer to our Articles section for source

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