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Updated 14 February 2013

How much niacin do you need?

The niacin content of food products and supplements are usually expressed in niacin equivalents, or milligrams.

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The niacin content of food products and supplements are usually expressed in niacin equivalents (NE), or in milligrams.

The current RDA is 16mg per day for adult males and 14mg per day for adult females.

Currently, values are available for recommended dietary allowances (RDAs) of niacin, as well as upper intake limits (Uls), and adequate intakes (AIs – marked with * in table) for infants.

Click here to view a complete list of values.

 
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