High doses of vitamin B3 significantly increase the immune system’s ability to fight bacteria.
Research shows that high doses of vitamin B3 significantly increase the immune system’s ability to fight bacteria.
Specifically, niacin, also known as vitamin B3, stimulates the defense mechanism of the body to produce antibodies that are capable of destroying bacteria resistant to antibiotics, or so called “superbugs”.
The mutation of certain genes leads to increased sensitivity to bacterial infection, and the biggest problem is the mutation of bacteria, so they are increasingly becoming resistant to all known antibiotics, and even those specifically drafted for their destruction. Studies have shown that some dangerous infections occur as a result of lack of certain proteins in neutrophils, but that high doses of vitamin B3 increase the secretion of this protein in the cells of the immune system.
The survey was originally conducted on animals, but it also gave the identical results in human cells.
The top 10 foods that are the richest with vitamin B3 are: Fish, Chicken & Turkey, Pork, Liver, Peanuts, Beef, Mushrooms, Green Peas, Sunflower seeds and Avocado
Dig into these foods to strengthen your body’s natural immunity and fight off bacteria.