Who should take vitamin B3?

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People who need to reduce their cholesterol or triglyceride levels, or who are suffering from niacin deficiencies, should take vitamin B3. You may have a niacin deficiency if you are not eating a healthy diet of meat, grains, dairy, fruit and vegetables. It is also appropriate for those who have had heart attacks in the past and would like to avoid second cholesterol-related heart attacks. Talk to your doctor if you think vitamin B3 therapy would improve your health.

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