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food source of vitamin b3, also known as niacin

Vitamin B3: Benefits, functions & foods

vitamin b3 food sources
Age (years) Recommended amount of B3 per day
  Boys Girls
1 5mg 4.7mg
2-3 7.2mg 6.6mg
4-6 9.8mg 9.1mg
7-10 12mg 11.2mg
11-18 16.5mg 13.2mg
Food Mg per serving % RDA
Beef liver, pan fried, 3 oz 14.9 93
Chicken breast, meat only, grilled, 3 oz 10.3 64
Marinara sauce, ready to serve, 1 cup 10.3 64
Turkey breast, meat only, roasted, 3 oz 10 63
Salmon, sockeye, cooked, 3 oz 8.6 54
Tuna, light, canned in water, drained, 3 oz 8.6 54
Pork, tenderloin, roasted, 3 oz 6.3 39
Beef, ground, 90% leam, pan-browned, 3 oz 5.8 36
Rice, brown, cooked, 1 cup 5.2 33
Peanuts, dry roasted, 1 oz 4.2 26
Breakfast cereals fortified with 25% DV niacin 4 25
White rice, enriched, cooked, 1 cup 2.3 14
Potato (russet), baked, 1 medium 2.3 14
Sunflower seeds, dry roasted, 1 oz 2 13
Whole wheat bread, 1 slice 1.4  
Pumpkin seeds, dry roasted, 1 oz 1.3 8
Soy milk, unfortified, 1 cup 1.3 8
White bread, enriched, 1 slice 1.3 8
Lentils, boiled and drained, 1/2 cup 1 6
Cooked bulgur, 1 cup 0.9 6
1 medium banana 0.8 5
Frozen edamame, 1/2 cup 0.7 4
Raisins, 1/2 cup 0.6 4
Cherry tomatoes, 1/2 cup 0.5 3
Broccoli, boiled, drained, 1/2 cup 0.4 3
Cry roasted cashews, 1 oz 0.4 3
Plain low fat yoghurt, 1 cup 0.3 2
1 medium apple 0.2 1
Canned chickpeas, drained, 1 cup 0.2 1
Milk, 1% milk fat, 1 cup 0.2 1
Frozen spinach, boiled, 1/2 cup 0.2 1
Raw firm tofu, 1/2 cup 0.2 1
Chopped onions, 1/2 cup 0.1 1
1 large egg 0 0

 

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