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... I have been on 1,000mg immediate release for two months now. I am very eager to see what 1,000mg immediate release does for my HDL. I hope by February I will see some results when I have my next test. ... (18 replies)
... for reducing triglycerides and is the most potent for increasing HDL cholesterol levels. It also improves almost every other lipid abnormality. The prescription niacin is called NIASPAN, and the immediate release is called NIACOR. You can discuss the Niacin alternative with your doctor. ... (6 replies)
... Thanks for the update Jen... Yes, I take Immediate Release Niacin. ... (10 replies)

... and I am quite happy to say the least! My wife was quite surprised and now I have challenged her to get her's done to see if she can beat me.;) The following although maybe not dramatic to some was accomplished by taking (1) 600 mg. capsule per evening of Nature's Plus RYR, (1) 6,250 mcg. tab of allicin garlic & 600 mg.(DHA)/400 mg.(EPA) of a quality fish oil per day. ... (20 replies)
LP(a) over 100!
Jun 10, 2008
... LDL and HDL. My understanding is that niacin is the only real option to reduce high Lpa numbers. What form of niacin is he taking, Niaspan? ... (7 replies)
... mg amount. I currently take 2,000mg of immediate release Niacin and am going to have my lipid panel in two weeks. ... (4 replies)
... You can alternatively try IR niacin, but just be prepared for a bit of a flush. I've tried both... 100 mg IR niacin made my face red, ears itchy, etc. 500mg Niaspan and, at most, I have a slight tingly feeling for a brief period. And I think that only happened once or twice. ... (3 replies)
... I take prescription Niaspan, which is just a prescription form of niacin that reduces the "flushing" that occurs with immediate release niacin. ... (7 replies)
... The reason I went off this past August is my Doctor wanted me to try immediate release Niacin for six months and see how my numbers turn out. ... (6 replies)
... ss with it. And it was probably 6 months before my Doctor suggested trying Niaspan... I had never heard of it before... but I was aware of niacin... I had tried immediate release previously. ... (11 replies)
... Namelessme. Look for study results on Inositol hexanicotinate from the British Medical Journal and European Medical Journal. There are a fair few threads on this board covering this subject with good results obtained from Europe with 1gm/p day. Here's one for example: http://www.healthboards.com/boards/showthread.php?t=508185&highlight=Inositol+hexanicotinate Lord... (5 replies)
... Immediate release niacin does work much better. ... (5 replies)
... Those numbers don't look all that bad to me. My Trigs. go up and down like a yo-yo at times. I've had them at the 140's mark for most of the time and close to 200 on occassion. I'll be honest, I'm sick of this numbers game. Yes, I will do my very best to keep them in control, but I know I am NOT going to meet guidelines all the time. My mind is full of way too many things to... (17 replies)
... weeks ago, and I just read today that Niacin therapy can sometimes cause palpitations. I'm going to discontinue the Niacin for a while and see if they subside. ... (17 replies)
... release niacin 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. ... (17 replies)
... inositol, and that it is as effective as immediate release niacin for lowering LDL and boosting HDL. ... (19 replies)
... prescription Niacin to help in their efforts to lower LDL and raise HDL, and, if so, has it worked? ... (34 replies)
Niaspan
Jun 28, 2010
... Acin but the latter looks like it is "sustained release" which is the same thing as Niaspan. From what I have read on the other post, the sustained release is not as beneficial as the immediate release in more than one way. ... (19 replies)
... but hadn't been on it long enough at my last blood test to notice a big improvement in triglycerides. The immediate release versions can cause a flushing that many cannot tolerate. ... (20 replies)
... I actually did start a regime of "immediate release" niacin about a month before I got my blood drawn. I was up to about 350 mg. twice a day and was using a pill splitter to achieve a more balanced approach. ... (9 replies)


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