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... are simply interested in improving their overall blood lipid profile, you still may be able to incorporate a suitable niacin supplement into your daily regimen. Inositol hexanicotinate is purported to carry all of niacin's benefits but without the risks of elevated blood sugar levels. ... (2 replies)
... Anyone use Inositol Hexanicotinate (non-flush niacin) to increase their HDL? And, if so, has it worked? (0 replies)
... is proven as an effective and safer alternative to niacin. In one study, Welsh and Eade reported that inositol hexanicotinate was more effective than niacin in regulating cholesterol levels. ... (12 replies)

... I get from Puritan's Pride. Old habits die hard, I guess, especially since this form of niacin has worked rather well for me over the years. I know they say that inositol hexanicotinate is supposed to work just as well, but I can't personally vouch for that. ... (17 replies)
... l Education Program both take the position that only prescription niacin should be used to treat dyslipidemias, and only under the management of a physician. Not Inositol and many over the counter products.... ... (47 replies)
Niacin
Sep 8, 2006
... I like how declaritively he makes the statement too. But there really aren't any truly definitive studies on the subject... as there are with Niacin alone and its role in reducing cholesterol. Although, he's probably basing his information on that limited Italian study, which showed lackluster results. Still, in theory, he would be more than likely incorrect. Inositol... (13 replies)
... release formulations of niacin still allow the development of liver toxicity, which is why I prefer the inositol hexanicotinate. ... (21 replies)
... day of Inositol Hexanicotinate. ... (6 replies)
... Inositol Hexanicotinate is an inositol molecule that has 6 niacin molecules attached to it. ... (15 replies)
Low Dose Niacin
Feb 7, 2005
... To be quite honest with you, I'm not exactly sure how inositol hexanicotinate is supposed to work. For the most part, I have always used the ordinary immediate release niacin, but I have tried the inositol hexanicotinate from time to time. ... (19 replies)
... Free Niacin Hexanicotinate 320mg. I don't really know how much I am getting. ... (6 replies)
... free niacin you have is probably inositol hexanicotinate. It is niacin bound to inositol. ... (9 replies)
... I would be very much obliged if one of the contributors posting on this thread stating that inositol hexanicotinate is more harmful to the liver than nicotinic acid would point me into the direction for confirmation of this. ... (12 replies)
Niacin Flush
Dec 8, 2006
... I got this from a web site. I was looking to try some Inositol Hexanicotinate myself but haven't started as yet. Apparently it has been used in Europe for years. ... (21 replies)
Niacin confusion
Sep 14, 2006
... e and some said not enough was known one way or another. I did find that it has been used successfully in Europe for 70 or 80 yrs. Also there was confusion about inositol hexanicotinate and inositol hexaniacinate. ... (6 replies)
... It is not a love for Niaspan, it is a reasonable demand for data supporting the use of generic, sustained release niacin. No one is saying Niaspan is inherently better, only that at least Niaspan does have peer reviewed clinical data to support its bias. Where is the clinical data supporting the bias for IH? All due respect, this is simply an advertisement for a product.... (22 replies)
... Sorry, but I don't inderstand all this love for nyaspar :confused: . The inositol niacinate is a very good form of vitamine b3 (niacin etc.) without flushing :D . To work better it's necessary only to adjust dosage. The following was find at an internet site: :rolleyes: :rolleyes: Vitamin B-3 Inositol Hexanicotinate 625mg 60 cp Price: $11.95 Flush-Free... (22 replies)
Niacin
Sep 8, 2006
... Niacinamide, Inositol nicotinate or Inositol hexanicotinate doen't lower cholesterol regardless of claims made on the bottle. Those niacin subtitutes don't work!.. ... (13 replies)
... I'm still confused. If inositol hexanicotinate does nothing, then how were the Europeans able to get successful results with it? ... (19 replies)
... CassV, I'd love to more about the dosages you took. I have been researching all over the net, and there is so much information. I just got a supplement that contains the following ingredients. I also started omega 3 fish oil and B vitamins. It seems likely that I could also take some wild garlic, flaxseed oil, and boyage oil as well. What is your opinion? ... (9 replies)




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