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... Yes you bring up an excellent point and I agree. In deed in Chinese medicine Red Yeast Rice can be taken in very high amounts. Personally when I used to take Red Yeast Rice and did so daily for over three years I never exceeded 1,200mg twice daily as I was advised not to do so. ... (4 replies)
... and have tried a bunch of supplements, but the numbers still weren't great. UNTIL I tried red yeast rice. ... (26 replies)
... I've taken 1200 mg increasing to 2400 mg of Red Yeast Rice a day for more than one year with no issues or side effects noted. I also take 50 mg CQ10 and other vitamins plus policosanol. Dropped my cholesterol over 80 points. ... (20 replies)

... If you're moving along okay you would just continue ramping up slowly until you reach about 1200 mg. Some people go higher. ... (19 replies)
... so instead I combined 1200 mg RRY and 10 mg Lipitor. The results were excellent, a 45 point drop down to 173 TC. This worked well for the next year. ... (20 replies)
... died to dosages in the 90 grams range although this is not recommended. The level of Monconlin K or statins is very low and much lower than commericial statins. 1200 mg is quite safe and higher dosages are not out of the question althugh not generally needed. If you get unusual muscle pain or symptoms, see the doctor. ... (4 replies)
... im blockers. I was on a protocol of the following supplements because I could no longer take statins any longer because of intollerance problems, so I was taking Red Yeast Rice 800 mg, Nician 2000 mgs , Beta Sitiosteriol 1200 mg . Beta 3.6. ... (11 replies)
... Cholestoff, in addition to plant sterols, has a lot of other ingredients I wouldn't want to ingest. I take Nature's Plus Red Yeast Rice for my LDL. ... (2 replies)
... There is a natural statin called red yeast rice. I can't comment on how good it works, or if it should be taken instead of a regular statin, as I never tried it. ... (23 replies)
My recent tests
Jul 25, 2008
... This was while taking 500 mg Niaspan, which seemed to be doing nothing much besides giving me some minor heart palpitations. ... (2 replies)
... You must start off at a very low dose, like 50 mg and then very slowly ramp up to 1200 to 1500 mg. This will take months to reach that level. ... (5 replies)
... Folks: I'd love some suggestions. Here is my brief story. I'm 40, male, 6'0" 178 lbs. Resting Pulse 60, never had high blood pressure and have it checked frequently when I donate blood. It's often 110/60. I do not smoke, don't drink alcohol, don't even drink sugar drinks (cola, fruit juice, etc). It's just water for me. I have no family history of heart disease. My... (2 replies)
... I start using red yeast rice. ... (12 replies)
... Try and bump the Red yeast Rice to 1,200mg once AM and once PM. I take 1,200mg once AM and once PM and it has helped my numbers a lot. ... (11 replies)
... I continued my new lifestyle but have had a lot of indiscretions. My weight gain has remained with me. The only other change I made was to add 1200 mg. of red yeast rice daily about 2 weeks ago. ... (0 replies)
Policosanol?
Dec 30, 2002
... It kind of worked for me. I first took 1200 mg red yeast rice and that dropped my cholesterol from 240 to 190 but my hdl dropped too so my ratio stayed bad and I had problems from time to time with hives. ... (2 replies)
... and very, very slowly ramp up until, eventually, you are able to take 1200 to 1500 mg. ... (3 replies)
... That is a very low dose of flush Niacin. You could try very slowly ramping it up until, eventually, you're at 1200 to 1500 mg. You can take this in divided doses AM and PM. This would help to raise your HDL. ... (13 replies)
... I don't think it's really necessary to buy any extra Alpha Linolenic Acid. The flaxseed already contains quite a bit of that. The form of niacin to use may depend on what you're particularly concerned about. If you're mainly interested in increasing HDL, then an immediate-release form of niacin usually does a better job, and is easier on the liver. However, if you're also... (12 replies)
... I recall reading somewhere that too much Niacin can interfere with your Liver? my Husband has 3 months to change his diet, modify his vitamins to see if he can lower his results naturally. His # was 235, His LDL 162, His HDL 45, His Tri 145, His Ratio 5.2. He is 42 yrs old and thin. These are the things I plan to stick with as foods for every day and the... (12 replies)




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