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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Niacin
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Percent of population 1 year old and over with adequate intakes based on average requirement for niacin from food sources

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Niacin Intake Map Wyoming 84.8Wisconsin 84.4Wisconsin 84.4West Virginia 87.9Washington 88.3Virginia 85.2Virginia 85.2Vermont 90.2Utah 85.3Texas 85.3Texas 85.3Tennessee 89.7South Dakota 88.7South Carolina 90.9Rhode Island 90.2Rhode Island 90.2Pennsylvania 88.5Oregon   88Oklahoma 82.9Ohio 86.5North Dakota 88.7North Carolina 92.8North Carolina 92.8New York 88.8New Mexico 78.2New Jersey 88.6New Hampshire 90.2Nevada 84.8Nebraska 88.7Montana 84.8Missouri 87.1Mississippi 80.4Minnesota 90.2Michigan 88.6Michigan 88.6Massachusetts 90.2Maryland 90.7Maine 90.2Maine 90.2Louisiana 86.1Kentucky 86.6Kansas 88.7Iowa 88.7Indiana 85.7Illinois   88Idaho 84.8Hawaii   88Hawaii   88Hawaii   88Hawaii   88Hawaii   88Hawaii   88Hawaii   88Hawaii   88Georgia 87.3Florida 87.9District of Columbia   86Delaware 87.9Connecticut 90.2Colorado 84.8California   88Arkansas 84.8Arizona 87.7Alaska   88Alabama 86.6
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Alabama 86.6
Alaska 88.0
Arizona 87.7
Arkansas 84.8
California 88.0
Colorado 84.8
Connecticut 90.2
Delaware 87.9
District of Columbia 86.0
Florida 87.9
Georgia 87.3
Hawaii 88.0
Idaho 84.8
Illinois 88.0
Indiana 85.7
Iowa 88.7
Kansas 88.7
Kentucky 86.6
Louisiana 86.1
Maine 90.2
Maryland 90.7
Massachusetts 90.2
Michigan 88.6
Minnesota 90.2
Mississippi 80.4
Missouri 87.1
Montana 84.8
Nebraska 88.7
Nevada 84.8
New Hampshire 90.2
New Jersey 88.6
New Mexico 78.2
New York 88.8
North Carolina 92.8
North Dakota 88.7
Ohio 86.5
Oklahoma 82.9
Oregon 88.0
Pennsylvania 88.5
Rhode Island 90.2
South Carolina 90.9
South Dakota 88.7
Tennessee 89.7
Texas 85.3
Utah 85.3
Vermont 90.2
Virginia 85.2
Washington 88.3
West Virginia 87.9
Wisconsin 84.4
Wyoming 84.8

Last Modified: 7/31/2009