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... same type of niacin, inositol hexaniacinate, for many years and told me he is prescribing it more all the time. I can not take a statin and have been taking that niacin and on my last test my total had dropped 40 points. I have been taking 1000mg's each evening with my meal. ... (12 replies)
... My doctor has suggested taking the regular flush niacin to reduce these levels. ... (12 replies)
Niacin confusion
Sep 14, 2006
... other, different, benefits as well. On the other hand, some said they were the same, and some said it was called inositol hexanicotinate in Britain and inositol hexaniacinate in U.S. ... (6 replies)

... The below form of Niacin has been studied multiple times over, here in Europe, but very little in the USA. ... (47 replies)
... A common side effect of niacin is flushing which is the result of blood vessels opening wide. ... (12 replies)
Low Dose Niacin
Feb 8, 2005
... D, is not releasing niacin in any useful amount. ... (19 replies)
... I meant to say Lenin and/or anyone else who can offer a meaningful comparison!!! Lenin, you answered mostly but I didn't think you took Inositol (no-flush) :confused: . I thought you took slow release (Slo-Niacin). If i understand correctly no-flush is a different type than Niacin or slow release niacin:confused: . Also, if I understand correctly, Niacin and extended... (12 replies)
... Next time you see your doctor, take 1000 mg. plain old niacin on an empty stomach about 30 minutes before you get to his waiting room. ... (12 replies)
... I asked for a referral to a cardiologist, but he said until I was on 500mg 2X daily of the flush niacin he would not grant it. ... (12 replies)
Niacin Flush
Nov 9, 2006
... There is a NO FLUSH NIACIN that can be purchased at your local health food stores or from Vitiman Co's. ... (21 replies)
... insositol hexaniacinate is non flush Niacin. ... (47 replies)
... on Niacin v. ... (12 replies)
... on Niacin v. ... (12 replies)
Niacin Flush
Nov 8, 2006
... numbers. My doctor now recommended that I take the regular B3 niacin starting at 25mg and working my way to 1000mg per day. ... (21 replies)
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. ... (13 replies)
... Which type of niacin? Years ago I tried an immediate release. I don't recall if it was 250 mg or just 100 mg, but I thought I was going to burn up. It isn't dangerous, but it was uncomfortable. Then a couple of years ago when I decided to use it to lower my cholesterol, I used 250 mg Enduracin, a sustained-release OTC product, and took it, as directed, with a meal. I had... (8 replies)
... Zero. No-flush 'niacin' doesn't help with cholesterol. You'd want to use real niacin, or time-released niacin, like Slo-Niacin or Niaspan, instead. (1 replies)
... increase in HDL. NCEP would never use shoddy reporting like that so it was quoted improperly by someone...maybe someone selling niacin hexanicotinoate? ... (12 replies)
Sep 9, 2006
... I was on No Flush Niacin for about 8 months with No flushing of the body" however ,my visit to my Dr. ... (13 replies)
... What kind of a dose of "regular" niacin did your doctor recommend? ... (12 replies)

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