Is too much of Vitamin B3 or C a bad thing? - gut health, supplements, vitamins

You may think that given the high doses of products in our protocols that we may be a bit reckless, right? ❌ Nope. We verify the dosing for everything before we suggest it.

We are very cautious with the dosing of different vitamins and minerals .

When your nutrient absorption is good, you should not need to take high doses of nutrients daily. If you are having to take really high doses of various vitamins and minerals, consider working on your nutrient absorption rather than a long-term (longer than 4 weeks) high dose of different products.

You need between 75 mg (women) and 90 mg (men) of Vitamin C daily. 1,000 mg/day of Vitamin C increases your risk for kidney stones. (Vitamin C intake from diet does not carry the same risk)

You need between 14 mg (women) and 16 mg (men) per day of vitamin B3. 1,000 mg/day of B3 can be considered toxic to the liver and can start causing side effects.

If you have questions, please send us a DM on Instagram @silverfernbrand or check out our protocols.

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