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... D Alcohol does not interact with either supplement other than to increase HDL! Have a drink and relax. ... (11 replies)
... To my understanding it is extremely unsafe to drink any form of Alcohol while taking Niacin and or RYR. I currently take Niacin and my Doctor advised me that I am not allowed by any circumstances to drink while taking it. ... (11 replies)
... I concur with the statement that alcohol and niacin are two possible ways to raise HDL. Egg yolk consumption is another possible way to raise HDL modestly, but it typically also raises LDL modestly. ... (14 replies)

... I read an article said it is not safe to drink alcohol and RYR at the same time, that worry me a little. ... (11 replies)
... sour cream and cheese. ... (10 replies)
... I keep seeing warnings to those on Niacin therapy for their cholesterol that they should use alcohol cautiously if at all. Does anyone know what the reasoning is behind this? ... (4 replies)
... Consumption of alcohol while taking large doses of niacin may also increase the flushing side effect of the niacin. ... (4 replies)
... Hello all, I am a 34 yr old male, 5ft 9 in tall, and I have new blood test results in. ... (1 replies)
... release OTC niacin. I've had another more recent lipid panel in which both LDL and HDL were higher, but that was after my experiment of eating two eggs a day for almost three months. ... (34 replies)
... You must balance benefit against risk. So maybe somebody might not want to add zetia to a statin or zetia to a statin plus niacin AND alcohol while working in a chemical plant and popping Tylenols. ... (9 replies)
... NIASPAN is a prescription form of NIACIN which has been researched and shown great results with almost no liver toxicity. This Niacin blend is an Extended Release form. Apparently, it is much safer than the Slow Release form. ... (42 replies)
... Perhaps more caution is needed regarding alcohol while taking sustained or time-release niacin, since it is being processed in the liver for longer periods of time, as opposed to the immediate-release form. I'm not really sure. But I take my niacin in divided doses throughout the day (immediate-release), with my last 250mg tablet being taken around 7:00PM. But I love my beer,... (4 replies)
... Good luck!! I have seen the Slo Niacin at one of my local pharmacies. As U know, I tired the lousy 100 mgs. of no flush and couldn't handle it, iched like crazy. Oh well, my system is weird, so maybe it will work for U. ... (42 replies)
... and as someone who was today told my doc to start 500mg Niacin slow release, I'd like to know the answers to this as well. ... (7 replies)
... I've been contemplating starting Niacin for my cholesterol. ... (7 replies)
... SLO NIACIN which is polygel controlled release niacin...500 mg. ... (42 replies)
... Both substances are hard to the liver thus more care is warranted when taking 2 than taking one. I imagine someone on statins-niacin-alcohol combination could be really placing his liver squarely behind the eight ball. (4 replies)
... Not a bad report Lenin, I think alot of folks would be happy with your results, and hopefully next time will even be better...Good going!!! ... (42 replies)
... The niacin only got my HDL to 40 rather than the over 50 I can get with booze. ... (42 replies)
... cholesterol showed that 3 years of the treatment combo improved HDL levels, caused artery blockages to recede and significantly lowered heart complications compared with an inactive placebo. ... (18 replies)




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