A study by researchers at the University of Leicester has found that those who suffer from certain forms of Parkinson’s disease may benefit from increasing their vitamin B3 intake. According to the study’s lead researcher Dr. Miguel Martins, Parkinson’s disease occurs when dopaminergic neurons in a part of the brain called the substantia nigra are lost. This, he says, can happen for a variety of reasons, but in some hereditary cases the problem is unhealthy mitochondria (organelles that power our…