Foods High in Niacin

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Niacin (vitamin B3), and tryptophan, which can be converted in the body to Niacin, stimulate prostaglandin production and thus cause blood vessel dilation or flushing. Many rosaceans find foods that are either high in niacin or high in tryptophan can worsen their rosacea symptoms. There are flush-free forms of Niacin available, however.


The following articles contain further information and list many of the foods that contain either niacin or tryptophan.

Niacin

Table - 999 Foods Highest in Tryptophan