We have been breaking down the ingredients of our Natural Slimmer soft gel capsules to help you better understand what is in our product and what exactly it is doing for you. We want you to know what you are putting in you guts? and why? Did you know that there is actually 8 types of Vitamin B’s. It plays a role in converting the food we eat into energy. It helps the body to use proteins and fats, and keep the skin, hair and nervous system healthy.
There are no fillers in our product every single thing in the soft gel capsules has a reason for being in there. TGA approved doesn’t get handed out to just everyone. It is a stringent process facilities are checked and monitored, every batch is checked and released. That little number on the bottle ensures you are receiving quality Aussie products with quality ingredients.
A person who lacks vitamin B3 may experience:
- Circulatory problems
- Canker sores
- Balancing disorder.
Niacin may sound similar to Nicotine but has nothing to do with it. It is not related at all. Excess Niacin in the body that it doesn’t need is excreted in urine. It is not stored in the body so consuming daily is important. Alcohol consumption is sometimes the main reason for the lack of vitamin B3.
Vitamin B3, or Niacin, is an essential vitamin required by your body for processing of fat in the body, lowering cholesterol level, and regulating blood sugar levels. Even a slight deficiency of niacin can lead to irritability, poor concentration, anxiety, fatigue, restlessness and depression.
Niacin, Vitamin B3, is a water soluble vitamin that is well regulated by the body. This naturally can be found in fish, leafy vegetable, yeast extract, lamb, some breakfast cereals, chicken, eggs, beans, legumes, avocados turkey, pork, liver, peanuts, sunflower seeds, beef, mushrooms and green peas.
Now we are getting a bit more technical and I can understand if perhaps your eyes glaze over here haha –
Nicotinic Acid Niacin binds to and stimulates a G-protein-coupled receptor which
causes the fat not to breakdown in adipose tissue. The lipids that are liberated from adipose tissue are normally used to build very-low-density lipoproteins (VLDL) in the liver. Because niacin blocks the
breakdown of fats, it causes a decrease in free fatty acids in the blood and, as a consequence, decreases the secretion of VLDL and cholesterol by the liver. By lowering VLDL levels, niacin also increases the level of high-density lipoprotein (HDL) or “good” cholesterol in blood. Niacin also up regulates energy production.
Anyway there were some fun facts (as my teen says) on B3 / Niacin/ Nicotinic Acid