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... se to ban a quality red yeast rice product that contains effective ingredients. After all, even though Niaspan is only available by prescription, they still sell niacin over the counter. That isn't illegal. If a quality red yeast rice product no longer exists, I'll bet that the drug companies had something to do with it. ... (26 replies)
... can certainly be a problem. You can probably take niacin, or prescription Niaspan to help lower it. Avoiding hydrogenated fats may also help. ... (13 replies)
... My lipid problems are/were similar to yours in some ways. I never had really bad LDL, but always had low HDL and high TG. Once I lost the weight and continued my exercise (daily 3 mile run) my TG dropped from >400 mg/dL to the 30-40 mg/dL range. My HDL went from 25 to 70 mg/dL, while my LDL stayed in the 80 mg/dL range. Granted, everyone is different...but you may want... (21 replies)

... that is, what do you think about taking Flush Niacin AND RYR? ... (15 replies)
... patric, All I can offer is an opinion. My opinion is that both are hard on the liver because both act to interfere with the liver's functioning. Which is worse is probably personal, certainly dose dependent, Remember that the statins (prescription drug) have to meet a higher standard of safety and efficacy than a supplement like niacin....and also dosage control. There... (19 replies)
... To me, at least, it seems as though the medical profession is trying to force prescription drugs down the public's throat. In my own personal experience, I have had considerable success using over the counter niacin. ... (33 replies)
Lipoprotein(a)
Oct 23, 2003
... factor may be able to avoid heart disease by simply taking the prescription form of Niacin, called Niaspan, for life. ... (42 replies)
... The best medication to increase HDL is Niaspan. It is a prescription form of Niacin. I have been on it since 1997. It also lowers LDL and Triglycerides. ... (21 replies)
... Assuming that what you're saying is true, that Niaspan really is safer compared to other over the counter niacin products, then making it available only via prescription seems to fly in the face of logic. It should be selling over the counter, along with the rest of the supplements, and at a far lower price. ... (33 replies)
Low hdl
Jul 10, 2003
... risk, and I don't feel that an additional prescription for Niaspan is warranted here. If he chooses to incorporate some niacin into his regimen, he can purchase it quite cheaply over the counter. ... (19 replies)
... Thank you. I have been doing a bit of internet research myself on Niacin. I also found some useful information in "Prescription for Nutritional Healing" by Drs. James and Phyllis Balch. I started today by cutting my Lipitor down to a half dose. Have cut out the Altace altogether (cough) and cut the Atenolol in half as well. We shall see. Not sure what to do about the... (17 replies)
... phja, Have not seen you post in some time till recently (welcome back?) No, no cholesterol meds now. The only ones I really took were the tricor, for the triglycerides mainly and to minimally lift HDL, then Niaspan/Niacin to give the HDL a boost. The supplements I take though are lengthy :) Fish oil 2-g tablets x 2 a day, Ginko Biloba 400 x 2 a day, Zinc 50 mg,... (12 replies)
Poliosanol
Feb 5, 2003
... flush Niacin and felt so horrid that I quite taking it. ... (2 replies)
Zetia
Jan 18, 2003
... I would like to know if anyone is having a good result with Zetia. My doctor has given me Zetia samples and a prescription to take in addition to Lopid. I have been taking Lopid which has reduced my triglycerides but my cholesterol is still high. ... (15 replies)
... counter or prescription medications with lovastatin. Doses of one or both drugs may need to be changed or a different drug may need to be prescribed. ... (6 replies)
... Red Rice Yeast is a 'natural' form of statin. It's so close that Merck (I believe) tried to block it. I was told by my health store that some had to be pulled about 1 year ago because of possible toxins in the manufacturing - he said it's not an issue now. I think you have to follow the precautions of not mixing with grapefruit or Niacin. See this FDA link:
Omega toxicity?
Jul 27, 2001
... s prescription and supervision. Fish oil supplementation also should not be used without physician supervision because of possible toxicity. ... (1 replies)




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