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Niacin no-flush
Dec 6, 2007
... blinded study comparing it to Niaspan or IR niacin. ... (7 replies)
Niacin no-flush
Dec 6, 2007
... Not correct namelessme. Inositol hexanicotinate has been extensively researched over here in Europe, but very few studies have been carried out in the States. In Germany it is prescribed by doctors in preference to any other form of Niacin, including Niaspan, following promising head to head trials against the weaker Statins and Niaspan. However, as with any other drug,... (7 replies)
Niacin no-flush
Dec 6, 2007
... AOR is considered a very reputable company, so that's a good choice. I considered trying the same exact brand, but ended up going with Niaspan, as I was a bit impatient experimenting with various things. Let us know how it works, as I'm very interested if no-flush does in fact help. Your HDL number will be the real indicator here, as you are also taking sterols at the same... (7 replies)

Niacin Flush
Nov 10, 2006
... Lenin, Can you please offer some insight on No-Flush vs. Niacin vs. Slo-Niacin (extended release)? I think there are those on the forum who believe No-FLush works just as well or better in lowering Total and increasing HDL. Although I have no basis to doubt their personal results, I was told by my doctor that he could not safely dose me with No-flush to an amount that... (21 replies)
Niaspan vs. Niacin
Jul 13, 2006
... y were advised to switch and he did but as of late he is back to prescribing Niacin again to several patients a week. Not all can take statins. I took 1000 mg of no Flush and I took One a Day Cholesterol Plus with 10 mg of Policosanol and the last time I had my cholesterol checked it had come down 40 points. ... (5 replies)
Mar 19, 2008
... Immediate release niacin or certain sustained released types (Slo-niacin, Enduracin) should be effective too. The type that probably isn't effective is marketed as 'no-flush' niacin, Inositol Hexanicotinate. If on a limited budget, ask your doctor if you can switch to immediate release (if the flush doesn't bother you) or something like Enduracin. The OTC sustained release... (3 replies)
Oct 9, 2010
... I assume by "Flush Niacin" you mean plain, immediate release nicotinic acid. This is the form of niacin used in the Coronary Drug Project demonstrating reduced cardiovascular outcomes. It is the least expensive, but is the most difficult to tolerate. (25 - 40% dropout in most studies.) Do not, however, confuse this with "No-Flush" niacin, which is made from inositol... (4 replies)
... No flush niacin (Inositol Hexanicotinate) will most likely do nothing for you. If you mean sustained/extended release niacin, such as Niaspan, yes that will help and usually has minimal flushing. (1 replies)
... g my quads every 5 sec and my skin was turning a nice shade of pink. I just took a 1000 mg dose last night about 2 hrs before bedtime and never even noticed the flush or warmth. I can't predict when it happens. ... (16 replies)
No-flush Niacin
Aug 12, 2006
... ime and the exposure time may be even more important than the dose. People have died from high dose niacin. I read about people who were on a dose of niacin with no problems and switched to the SAME doseage in time release and developed liver damage after the switch. ... (11 replies)
... I had a real bad reaction to Lipitor. My LDL and total Cholesterol is still high so I asked the doctor to let me try Niaspan which is the slow release Niacin. ... (1 replies)
Mar 27, 2002
... you can get no flush niacinamide pills which are time release and 1 gram each at healthstores and online now (6 replies)
... Sorry for any misinformation before. I spoke with my Doctor and he advised Niaspan is safe and other forms are very safe. ... (11 replies)
... There is also a difference between Extended Release formulas versus Suspended release formulas. Oddly the NIASPAN Extended release has proven extremely safe even with statin use. ... (29 replies)
... Unfortunately, they gave no indication of how many brands. ... (29 replies)
... contains no usable Niacin. ... (19 replies)
... Ok , guys and ladies to set the record straight. The reason Niaspan has a patent is because of its delivery system. ... (33 replies)
... Niacin or prescription Niaspan can help you avoid any flush. ... (30 replies)
... no flush a time released like Niaspan? ... (11 replies)
... and causes extreme flush and is dirt cheap. Extended Release doesn't work at all and thus causes no flush but puts the liver at big risk. ... (33 replies)

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