Find Your Vitamin B3 In These Foods Here

Vitamin B3

Vitamin B3 is known for its various benefits to the body including lowering cholesterol levels, locking moisture into the skin, regulating blood sugar levels and so much more. There are a number of foods that if taken in certain quantities can fulfill the Vitamin B3 requirement in your body.

Find here a list of sources of Vitamin B3 (Niacin):

  •     Fish

o    Niacin in 100g – 22.1mg (110% DV)
o    Per 3oz (85g) –     18.8mg (94% DV)
o    Per ounce (28g) – 6.3mg (31% DV)

  •     Chicken & Turkey

o    Niacin in 100g – 14.8mg (74% DV)
o    Per 3oz (85g) – 12.6mg (63% DV)
o    Per 1/2 Breast (86g) – 12.7mg (64% DV)

  •     Pork

o    Niacin in 100g – 10.9mg (54% DV)
o    Per 3oz (85g) – 9.2mg (46% DV)
o    Per chop (142g) – 15.4mg (77% DV)

  •     Liver

o    Niacin in 100g – 16.7mg (83% DV)
o    Per 3oz (85g) – 14.2mg (71% DV)
o    Per Liver (332g) – 53.7mg (269% DV)

  •     Peanuts

o    Niacin in 100g – 13.8mg (69% DV)
o    Per cup chopped (144g) – 19.9mg (100% DV)
o    Per ounce (28g) – 19.9mg (100% DV)

  •     Beef

o    Niacin in 100g – 9.0mg (45% DV)
o    Per 3oz (85g) – 7.6mg (39% DV)
o    Per pound (454g) – 41.0mg (205% DV)

  •     Mushrooms

o    Niacin in 100g – 6.3mg (31% DV)
o    Per cup (121g) – 7.6mg (38% DV)
o    Per cup raw (86g) – 3.9mg (19% DV)

  •     Green peas

o    Niacin in 100g – 2.1mg (10% DV)
o    Per cup (145g) – 3.0mg (15% DV)
o    Per cup (160g) – 3.2mg (16% DV)

  •     Sunflower seeds

o    Niacin in 100g – 8.3mg (42% DV)
o    Per cup (140g) – 11.7mg (58% DV)
o    Per ounce (28g) – 2.3mg (12% DV)

  •     Avocado

o    Niacin in 100g – (1.7mg (9% DV)
o    Per cup cubed (150g) – (2.6mg (13% DV)
o    Per fruit (201g) – 3.5mg (17% DV)

 

By : Natural Health News


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