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Jun 29, 2010
... Then again, you could just purchase an OTC brand of straight flush Niacin at a lower dose and start there. ... (19 replies)
... i have found that immediate release niacin raises HDL the best. ... (7 replies)
... I believe the upper limit for Niaspan is 2 grams. The people that take 3 grams are probably taking immediate release niacin. ... (5 replies)

... I am with you all the way. My Doctor has me taking 2,000mg immediate release Niacin all at once at bed time. I have been on this dosage for six months now. I am having my lipid panel done next week. ... (5 replies)
... Interesting! Please let us know. I'll have new numbers again January 18, 2008. To my daily 600mg of RYR, I added another 600mg. Total daily RYR -1200. added: 1- Coq10 - 100mg (13 replies)
... Prior to taking Niacin I took 1,200mg twice daily of Now Food's Red Yeast Rice. Great product used it for over three years daily with outstanding results. ... (13 replies)
... change in my LDL and TRIG. I am back eating more meat again but avoid red meat at all costs. I eat fish twice a week and lean poultry. I am now taking 2,000mg of Niacin for my lipid management now and it will be very interesting to see my results when I get tested in five weeks. ... (14 replies)
... nder 100 would be better. Your HDL will need to go up a bit more around 40 or above. Tig 70 very good you need to be bellow 150. If exercise and diet do not help Niacin is most effective in raising HDL but most can not tolerate the flush and I can see why. ... (5 replies)
... ears of daily exercise and eating right and taking Red yeast Rice and other supplements my total now is 135, LDL 75, HDL 42, and Trig 82. I just added 1,000mg of Niacin to my lipid regimen with my Doctor's advice to help boost my HDL more as exercise has not helped unfortunately. ... (11 replies)
... Thanks for the replies. When you say "immediate release niacin" do you mean Niaspan? ... (9 replies)
... yeast Rice has worked well for you as too! I have been on it for three years and it has kept me off of taking any prescription statins. I am currently on 1,000mg immediate release Niacin at bed time to help boost my HDL. Right now my HDL is at 42. My LDL is at 75 and Trig are at 83. I also take fish oil daily. ... (35 replies)
... This past week I dropped the RYR and did Niacin 500mg immediate release and it made it very intolerable. However, I tried 500mg time released before bed and had no major issues. ... (4 replies)
... diet it can simultaneously lower triglycerides while raising HDL. Remember, as triglycerides come down, HDL goes up, and vice versa. And, as for increasing HDL, niacin is by far the best. ... (10 replies)
... t get panicky. But the triglycerides need to come down, and the best way to do that is via a low carb diet, while still taking fish oil, of course. As far as the niacin is concerned, I would stick to the immediate release niacin, providing you can tolerate it. Believe it or not, you DO get used to it after a while. ... (17 replies)
CoQ10 question
Jun 19, 2005
... The last time I had my cholesterol checked was in January, 2002. I haven't been to a doctor since. I really don't think that I'm taking such a high dose of niacin that I would need to go in for blood tests very often. ... (17 replies)
... Sounds like the same stuff I have. Today ended my 1st week of it on the 50 mgs., didn't bother me at all today, so I am hoping I can jump up to 100 now and see how it goes. If I can take that with no problems, I will be a happy camper, as I thought for sure I was going to have to ditch the stuff after the itchys last week. Geez, what a sensative system I have huh? Stock up... (19 replies)
... JJ, In regards to the niacin, I thought it was the other way around, that you had to take more of the no-flush niacin than the immediate-release nicotinic acid. As far as those revised blood pressure guidelines are concerned, I couldn't care less. They can change the numbers all they want, but I will be the one who makes the ultimate decision as to whether I should go... (19 replies)
... Folks, I think aside from this controversy and tension surrounding this Lp(a), homocysteine etc... One very important area we must not overlook is to strive to have a "Happy heart". Many researchers propose that "laughter" is the best medicine for all health issues.. The homocysteine/cholesterol theories (by far) have not been carved in stone. What reserchers are... (37 replies)
... niacin, which I've had much success with. However, I occassionally take inositol hexanicotinate. My brand is Twinlab, and the label states that it contains 640mg niacin and 160mg inositol. ... (19 replies)
... As far as the niacin is concerned, what dosage are you taking? ... (11 replies)

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