Scientific name: Menthyl Nicotina
Classification: Hydrosoluble vitamin
Tales from nature
Niacin is one of the so -called water -soluble vitamins: it is mainly found in white meats, spinach, peanuts, beef liver, brewer's yeast and some fish such as salmon, swordfish and tuna, cereals, milk and cheese.
It is of fundamental importance for cell breathing and stimulates blood circulation. It acts as a protective for the skin and is decisive in the food digestion process.
It performs a thermo -stimulating action on the epidermal and follicular capillaries by stimulating the production of stronger and thicker hair. If lacking, the hair can be weak and dry.