|Food Name ▲▼||Niacin ▲▼||Action|
|Acerola juice, raw ||0.400 mg ||Add to meal|
|Acerola, raw, (west indian cherry) ||0.400 mg ||Add to meal|
|Acorn stew (Apache) ||2.140 mg ||Add to meal|
|Agave, cooked (Southwest) ||0.162 mg ||Add to meal|
|Agave, dried (Southwest) ||0.870 mg ||Add to meal|
|Agave, raw (Southwest) ||0.162 mg ||Add to meal|
|Agutuk, fish with shortening (Alaskan ice cream) (Alaska Native) ||1.430 mg ||Add to meal|
|Agutuk, fish/berry with seal oil (Alaskan ice cream) (Alaska Native) ||0.550 mg ||Add to meal|
|Agutuk, meat-caribou (Alaskan ice cream) (Alaska Native) ||4.260 mg ||Add to meal|
|Alcoholic beverage, 34 proof, coffee with cream, liqueur ||0.078 mg ||Add to meal|
|1 2 3 4 ... 816 || 10 20 40|
Foods by Niacin content.
Daily values for aminoacids are based on 155 lbs body weight. Interchangeable pairs of aminoacids: Methionine + Cysteine, Phenylalanine + Tyrosine.
Other daily values are based on 2000 calorie diet.
Nutritional value of a cooked product is provided for the given weight of cooked food.
Data from USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard
Reference, Release 28.|
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