Tuesday, June 9, 2020

Vitamin B3 is Good for Parkinson’s but Bad for Diabetes – Parkinson’s Diseases 10

Vitamin B3 (Niacin) sold in Walmart supermarket

Mitochondria dysfunction affect on certain cells, nerve cells death which lead to many diseases include Parkinson’s diseases (Please read: Is there Relationship between Parkinson’s Diseases and Mitochondria? – Parkinson’s Diseases 5).

As you might know, nerve cells (neurons) produce dopamine which responsible to control movement. Day by day, Parkinson’s patients have difficulty to walk or balancing movement.

In the laboratory experiment, Niacin, another name for B3 was used as food components to feed flies, the result showed:
- stimulates metabolism of nerve cells
- decreases in dead of nerve cells
- mobility of flies increase more.

Thus, scientists believed that vitamin B3 may reduce or stop completely the death of nerve cell in Parkinson’s diseases patients.

Studies concluded, no negative effects for healthy people to consume proper amount of vitamin B3.

However, Niacin may affect on diabetes patients (Please read: Could Medicines Affect on Pancreas to Produce Insulin? - Diabetes 4).

Niacin, as supplement, not only could be bought in the Over the Counter (OTC) of pharmacy, but also in many groceries. Its known advantages are:
- to lower cholesterol level
- to reduce arthritis
- to stimulate brain function.

Unfortunately, vitamin B3 may promote higher sugar level in the blood, thus not very good for diabetes.

Finally, it is suggested to consume about 15 mg of vitamin B3 per day. I think, will be better to consult physicians about this matter.

16 comments:

  1. Didn't know B3 promotes higher sugar level...so what is worse, diabetes or Parkinson?

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      Vitamin B3 is Good for Parkinson’s but Bad for Diabetes – Parkinson’s Diseases 10

      Vitamin B3 (Niacin) sold in Walmart supermarket

      Mitochondria dysfunction affect on certain cells, nerve cells death which lead to many diseases include Parkinson’s diseases (Please read: Is there Relationship between Parkinson’s Diseases and Mitochondria? – Parkinson’s Diseases 5).

      As you might know, nerve cells (neurons) produce dopamine which responsible to control movement. Day by day, Parkinson’s patients have difficulty to walk or balancing movement.

      In the laboratory experiment, Niacin, another name for B3 was used as food components to feed flies, the result showed:
      - stimulates metabolism of nerve cells
      - decreases in dead of nerve cells
      - mobility of flies increase more.

      Thus, scientists believed that vitamin B3 may reduce or stop completely the death of nerve cell in Parkinson’s diseases patients.

      Studies concluded, no negative effects for healthy people to consume proper amount of vitamin B3.

      However, Niacin may affect on diabetes patients (Please read: Could Medicines Affect on Pancreas to Produce Insulin? - Diabetes 4).

      Niacin, as supplement, not only could be bought in the Over the Counter (OTC) of pharmacy, but also in many groceries. Its known advantages are:
      - to lower cholesterol level
      - to reduce arthritis
      - to stimulate brain function.

      Unfortunately, vitamin B3 may promote higher sugar level in the blood, thus not very good for diabetes.

      Finally, it is suggested to consume about 15 mg of vitamin B3 per day. I think, will be better to consult physicians about this matter.

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  2. Important information. Thank you for sharing.

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  3. Bom dia:- Gostei das sugestões. A doença de Parkinson não será pior que a diabetes?
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    Um feriado feliz (portugueses)
    Um dia feliz para todo o mundo
    Cumprimentos

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  4. Interesting info regarding treatment for Parkinson’s.

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      Vitamin B3 is Good for Parkinson’s but Bad for Diabetes – Parkinson’s Diseases 10

      Vitamin B3 (Niacin) sold in Walmart supermarket

      Mitochondria dysfunction affect on certain cells, nerve cells death which lead to many diseases include Parkinson’s diseases (Please read: Is there Relationship between Parkinson’s Diseases and Mitochondria? – Parkinson’s Diseases 5).

      As you might know, nerve cells (neurons) produce dopamine which responsible to control movement. Day by day, Parkinson’s patients have difficulty to walk or balancing movement.

      In the laboratory experiment, Niacin, another name for B3 was used as food components to feed flies, the result showed:
      - stimulates metabolism of nerve cells
      - decreases in dead of nerve cells
      - mobility of flies increase more.

      Thus, scientists believed that vitamin B3 may reduce or stop completely the death of nerve cell in Parkinson’s diseases patients.

      Studies concluded, no negative effects for healthy people to consume proper amount of vitamin B3.

      However, Niacin may affect on diabetes patients (Please read: Could Medicines Affect on Pancreas to Produce Insulin? - Diabetes 4).

      Niacin, as supplement, not only could be bought in the Over the Counter (OTC) of pharmacy, but also in many groceries. Its known advantages are:
      - to lower cholesterol level
      - to reduce arthritis
      - to stimulate brain function.

      Unfortunately, vitamin B3 may promote higher sugar level in the blood, thus not very good for diabetes.

      Finally, it is suggested to consume about 15 mg of vitamin B3 per day. I think, will be better to consult physicians about this matter.

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  5. Good to know this fact. Thanks for sharing. Have a good day.

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  6. ...if that's the case, I'll pass.

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  7. Tanza, Didn't know this so now I'll avoid B3. Stay Safe and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  8. Sugar levels are something to deal with...especially if you're not active. Great info.

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  9. I belong to the lucky people who don't need any pills or medication ! Only when I have a flu !

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  10. Sabia que a vitamina B3 tinha bons resultados na progressão de Parkinson, mas não sabia dos efeitos colaterais. Obrigada pela informação.

    Bom fim de semana e um abraço :)

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      Vitamin B3 is Good for Parkinson’s but Bad for Diabetes – Parkinson’s Diseases 10

      Vitamin B3 (Niacin) sold in Walmart supermarket

      Mitochondria dysfunction affect on certain cells, nerve cells death which lead to many diseases include Parkinson’s diseases (Please read: Is there Relationship between Parkinson’s Diseases and Mitochondria? – Parkinson’s Diseases 5).

      As you might know, nerve cells (neurons) produce dopamine which responsible to control movement. Day by day, Parkinson’s patients have difficulty to walk or balancing movement.

      In the laboratory experiment, Niacin, another name for B3 was used as food components to feed flies, the result showed:
      - stimulates metabolism of nerve cells
      - decreases in dead of nerve cells
      - mobility of flies increase more.

      Thus, scientists believed that vitamin B3 may reduce or stop completely the death of nerve cell in Parkinson’s diseases patients.

      Studies concluded, no negative effects for healthy people to consume proper amount of vitamin B3.

      However, Niacin may affect on diabetes patients (Please read: Could Medicines Affect on Pancreas to Produce Insulin? - Diabetes 4).

      Niacin, as supplement, not only could be bought in the Over the Counter (OTC) of pharmacy, but also in many groceries. Its known advantages are:
      - to lower cholesterol level
      - to reduce arthritis
      - to stimulate brain function.

      Unfortunately, vitamin B3 may promote higher sugar level in the blood, thus not very good for diabetes.

      Finally, it is suggested to consume about 15 mg of vitamin B3 per day. I think, will be better to consult physicians about this matter.

      Delete
  11. Thanks for your informative article 😊

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