Scientists discover vitamin B3 can cut birth defects and miscarriages

Research revealed today has shown that Vitamin B3 also known as niacin can help to cure molecular deficiencies that stop embryos and babies’ organs from developing correctly in the womb.

Described as “one of the most significant discoveries in pregnancy research”, it is thought that the findings will transform the way expectant mothers are cared for.

Professor Sally Dunwoodie, a biomedical researcher at the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute in Sydney, said: “The ramifications are likely to be huge.

“This has the potential to significantly reduce the number of miscarriages and birth defects around the world, and I do not use these words lightly.”

Tests showed introducing vitamin B3 into the diet of pregnant mice “completely prevented” both miscarriages and defects – leading to all offspring being born “perfectly healthy”.

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