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... above 2000 mg has definitely been associated with the Liver damage potential... but you are absolutely wrong to lump Niaspan... or immediate release niacin for that matter... ... (12 replies)
... Yes being on both 1,200mg RYR twice daily and 1,000mg immediate release Niacin has worked great! As for the 1,000mg immediate release Niacin it was tuff for me for about three weeks. Now I take 1,000mg immediate release at bed time and barley flush anymore. RYR has worked great for me. ... (9 replies)
... take the Niacin with a meal. ... (34 replies)

... If you want to hold off on the niacin for now, you can always try fish oil, lecithin, and garlic. These have helped raise HDL for some people. ... (3 replies)
... release niacin for over two years. Costs me around five dollars a month. ... (28 replies)
... than on the nicotinic acid form of niacin, so I'm not really sure how they compare. Nicotinic acid comes in both an immediate release form and a sustained release form. The flush is much reduced in the sustained release form. ... (38 replies)
... guys and ladies to set the record straight. The reason Niaspan has a patent is because of its delivery system. Arizona you are right in stating that it is just niacin and what a great idea on how to market it by a drug company. However, let me point out that all niacins are not the same. Let's imagine in our heads a line. ... (33 replies)
... The risk of liver problems is extremely rare for Immediate Release Niacin. I've been taken the Immediate release at very high doses for over seven years and never had an elevated liver enzyme reading. Lipitor was another story. ... (27 replies)
... a day. This will help to balance all your cholesterol numbers and improve other blood markers. Simvastatin and Niacin taken together have a dramatic effect in cleaning plaque from your arteries. The immediate release niacin is the safest to take. ... (20 replies)
... I'll make one tiny addition to the cost somparisons that lipidprofiler gave: the cost of the same 2000 mg./day taken as prescription NIASPAN is $130/month. (19 replies)
My results
May 11, 2005
... It is also a good idea to get your blood and liver enzymes checked in the beginning to be on the safe side. The risk of liver injury is extremely rare with the immediate release. ... (31 replies)
... I said "virtually no..." immediate release niacin is the cholesterol wonder drug. ... (38 replies)
Niaspan vs Statins
Oct 16, 2003
... sults have been great. I had flushing in the beginning but it went away with time. Look for the board "Niaspan makes me smile" on page 2. Do not take the time release niacin. It is dangerous. See the following. ... (3 replies)
... Niaspan is time released Niacin available by RX only. Most over the counter Niacin preparations are immediate release form. I take twin labs 1,000mg immediate release Niacin before bed time. I am eager to see how this impacts my numbers and how much this will raise my HDL. ... (9 replies)
My results
May 12, 2005
... The beauty of NIACIN is it corrects almost all aspects of your lipid panel. ... (31 replies)
... I take a prescription Niacin called "NIACOR" I believe it is the only immediate release form of niacin available. ... (8 replies)
Niaspan
Mar 19, 2008
... or something like Enduracin. The OTC sustained release types might be as effective as Niaspan, but the data there is limited. I think Enduracin has some clinic studies behind it, at least. ... (3 replies)
... HDL ratio down from 4.0 to 2.6 since starting the niacin therapy a little over a year ago, and I am taking less than what is often considered a therapeutic dose of niacin. ... (10 replies)
... The form of niacin you use may depend on what you intend to use it for. ... (19 replies)
... Arizona, what brand of RYR do you like to use? (9 replies)


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