Tasty and trusted, Milo brand is the world’s leading chocolate malt beverage that can be prepared with hot or cold milk or water. It offers essential vitamins and minerals to meet the nutrition and energy demands of young bodies and minds. Launched in Australia in the early 1930s, the Milo brand takes kids’ development seriously. It has long been known as an energy beverage strongly associated with sports and good health.
Essential vitamins and minerals in Milo products include:
1- Calcium for strong teeth and bones
2- Iron to carry oxygen to the body’s cells
3- Vitamin A for healthy eye sight
4- Vitamins B1 and B2 to help release energy from foods
5- Vitamin C to keep skin and gums in good shape.
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VitaminB3 is 100% essential to the production of ATP.
First, I tell all my clients to rely on a healthy diet for vitamins and nutrients. Protein based foods such as Chicken, Cheese, and Milk are good sources of Vitamin B3. Grains/Cereals also good sources as most are fortified with B vitamins in the U.S.
Next, supplement with a good multivitamin – preferably one that is Food based to simulate digestion of vitamins with food.
In this video, I explain how Vitamin B3 is directly linked to the production of ATP – the energy currency of runners.
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B3 is one of 8 B vitamins.
Vitamin B3, also known as niacin,
Vitamin B3 (niacin, nicotinic acid) plays an important role in the metabolism of carbohydrates and fats as well as in releasing energy.
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3) Digestive problems (including diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, and poor apetite)
4) Mental impairment (including disorientation, dementia, depression, irritability, and emotional instability).
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Glucose is the ultimate antioxidant. In this lesson, we look at how energy is transferred from glucose to the antioxidant system using the help of B vitamins, and discuss why a large range of carbohydrate intakes is likely to provide equivalent support to this pathway.
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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about subclinical pellagra. Pellagra is a vitamin B3 deficiency called 3D’s; Dementia, Diarrhea and Dermatitis. Subclinical pellagra means you don’t have the full blown deficiency but you are deficient. There is a neurological condition called neurasthenia which is exhaustion of the central nervous system (Energy Reserves).
Symptoms of Neurasthenia:
• Mentally tired
• Different Neurological Perception Changes
• Words move when reading
• Ground moves when walking
• Picture moves
• Loss Taste / Smell
B3 or niacin is a coenzyme involved in a lot of different chemical reactions inside the body and especially mitochondria. It has the ability to protect against diabetes especially type 1 and it can also lower your cholesterol.
Causes of Vitamin B3 Deficiency
• Consuming alcohol
• Chronic diarrhea
• Excessive leucine
• Inflamed gut
• Gastric bypass
• Refined carbs and sugar
Best Source of B3
• Nutritional Yeast
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Niacin is vitamin B3. You use it to make NAD, the ultimate anti-aging molecule that repairs your DNA and lengthens your telomeres, and the most foundational molecule in our entire system of energy metabolism.
It is especially important to protecting your mind, your skin, and your gut.
You use it to release all your neurotransmitters. This is why depression sets in as the earliest sign of deficiency and why, when it gets bad enough, it leads to suicidality or schizophrenia-like psychosis.
You use constantly it to repair the microscopic damage done to your skin every time you step out into the sunlight. This is why red, inflamed skin appears on the backs of your hands or on your face when you’re deficient, but only if you get outdoors a lot.
You use it to fuel the rapid turnover of cells in your intestines (the cells that absorb the nutrients in our food are replaced every 2-3 days!), and to repair those cells from the constant barrage of insults they face (think of everything those cells *don’t* let in our body 💩and the fact that *they* need to stare all that stuff down!) This is why deficiency will give you diarrhea and make you deficient in lots of other nutrients.
You use it for lots of other things too, like participating with riboflavin to make the methyl group of methylfolate and recycle glutathione, the master antioxidant of the cell. You use it to recycle vitamin K, to support detoxification in the liver, and to synthesize cholesterol, fatty acids, neurotransmitters and nucleotides.
Who needs more? We all do!
Why? Because just aging alone depletes niacin and getting sick or developing diseases as we age depletes it all the more. Niacin repairs damage, so the more damage we face the more we consume.
In fact, this is why many people are taking supplements like nicotinamide riboside (NR) or nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN), to slow the onset of aging, or to age more gracefully. Some people are even injected NAD!
But should we be?
And what about the dark side of niacin? We all know the flush — the redness and itching that accompanies high-dose niacin that people take to lower cholesterol. At high doses, niacin can even damage the liver. How? By sapping methyl groups. Sapping methyl groups can give you liver failure when it’s *really* bad, but sapping them just a little can leave you feeling weak, emotionally stuck, or tied up in a mental funk.
In this two-part podcast series, Alex Leaf and I tackle all of these questions. Click the link to listen to part 1, where we teach you what niacin is and why you need it.
In part 2, two weeks from today, we’ll cover how to get niacin in foods, blood tests, and supplements.
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Today’s lesson covers the contribution of two critical enzymes — glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase and transketolase — to antioxidant defense, and takes a deeper look at the roles of thiamin, niacin, and riboflavin.
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The recommended daily allowance for vitamin B3 for healthy male’s age 19 to 30 years old is 16 milligrams a day. For females, it’s 14 milligrams per day. Vitamin B3, also known as niacin, has many benefits. It’s great for digestion. It helps with energy. It helps lower cholesterol. And it really is great for your mental health and brain functioning. Also, if you’re diabetic, it’s important to know that vitamin B3 is helpful in treating diabetes and regulating high blood sugar levels. A few good, natural sources of vitamin B3 are liver, organic chicken and beef, dark leafy green vegetables, and tomatoes. If you’re finding it difficult to get your vitamin B3 from natural food sources, definitely look into the possibility of taking vitamin B3 supplements.