Updated: Jan 3, 2021
Another Quick Look At Niacin
The Himalayan Long Life Botanicals Super-Superfood Greens are special in that they add niacin compounds to your diet. The following superfoods are reported to contain niacin in its various forms: Moringa (the miracle tree), Amala (which also has resveratrol), cinnamon (which also has phenols that trigger the SIRT 1 gene), nettle leaf, macuna pruriens, lemon grass, turmeric, wheat grass, mint leaf, barley grass, ginger, beetroot (which also has resveratrol), cocoa (which also has resveratrol), black grapes (which also has resveratrol), pomegranate (which also have resveratrol), arjuna, zest, asparagus, and green tea (which also has resveratrol).
In a previous blog, Your Magic Long Life Gene, we explained the theory of these superfoods. But there is more to this niacin and why you may need it.
Niacin is depleted from the body when you take toxins. It is reduced by free radicals. In our western world these toxins are almost impossible to avoid. And as you consume them, they deplete the body of niacin.
Such toxins may include pesticides, herbicides, antibiotics, mold inhibitor, and poisons we put in our meat when we drench animals for lice and ticks. Plus there are aspirins, other medication, casual drugs, alcohol and more.
Toxins then deplete the body of niacin. Niacin deficiency can show itself in many forms, even mental illness. These illnesses are sometimes treated with drugs. It can become a treadmill that some people can find hard to get off from.
Above are some tips by a doctor on how to remove toxins from the body. Himalayan Gold does not endorse these tips and we have not tried them. We just make the information available to a concerned public to view.
Some others claim that herbs can help detox a body and some of these herbs are: nettle, turmeric, cinnamon, beetroot, milk thistle, mint, hibiscus, ginger, green tea, lemon (zest), lemon grass, moringa, licorice, and pomegranate. Some of these can also be found in teas. Our superfoods are not for the purpose of detoxing however.
Make sure that if a detox is being done for medical reasons, consult a health professional.
Our superfoods are not a medicine, or for mental health. They are not a detox. There can be many causes of mental illness. But having a good diet and a good level of nutrients in the body helps one rule the nutritional aspect out of the situation.
Also note, if you are taking this superfood to handle a nutritional deficiency, that is fine. If you are taking it, self-diagnosed to handle some illness, including mental illness, please, please consult a health care professional.
Below are some further notes on the above:
Niacin, The Fountain of Youth: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/09/130930101836.htm
The Influence of Nicotinamide on Health and Disease in the Central Nervous System: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5966847/
Niacin And Depression: https://www.healthline.com/health/niacin-for-depression
Niacin For Depression: https://www.drugs.com/comments/niacin/for-depression.html
Mental Illness Induced by Niacin Deficiency: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4198903/
Depression and Your Diet: https://www.verywellmind.com/vitamin-for-depression-1065211
Fluoride As a Neurotoxin: 9 Ways It Harms Your Brain: https://bebrainfit.com/fluoride-neurotoxin/
NOTE: While these above are interesting, if you are ill, again, please go to a physician. If on the other hand, you want good health by a wide cross selection of good nutrition, with its possible associated longer life, our super superfoods are available for you.