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... I first heard about niacin a couple of years ago when I went to my endo appt. ... (9 replies)
... Thanks for your quick reply. Your info was good news for me. ... (3 replies)
... Niacin or vitamin B3 is the treatment of choice for normalizing the blood lipid levels. ... (12 replies)

Niacin Flush
Dec 8, 2006
... I got this from a web site. I was looking to try some Inositol Hexanicotinate myself but haven't started as yet. Apparently it has been used in Europe for years. ... (21 replies)
... Niacin or vitamin B3 is the treatment of choice for normalizing the blood lipid levels. ... (15 replies)
More on Niacin
Jan 9, 2008
... What a great improvement! You numbers are fantastic. Glad that you finally found a treatment that works well for you. I will be going in to see my Doctor in three weeks for my lipid panel. I have been taking 2,000mg immediate release Niacin for six months now. ... (4 replies)
... I agree..... Aim for at least 1,000mg Vitamin C up to 2,000mg. ... (15 replies)
... Thanks so much Jen. That's very helpful advice. I believe I will try the alternatives. Hopefully that will allow me to get off the statin. (5 replies)
... You have to start with a very low dose to avoid flushing too intensely and then slowly ramp up over weeks and months until you are getting about 1000 yo 1500 mg. ... (5 replies)
... It used to be standard treatment for cholesterol problems before statins. ... (20 replies)
... therefore, an object of the present invention to provide a composition of nicotinic acid or any compound which is metabolized by the body to form nicotinic acid for treating hyperlipidemia. ... (22 replies)
... while increasing "HDL" particles. In fact, IR nicotinic acid has been well regarded as an effective drug in the treatment of high cholesterol since about the early 1960s. ... (33 replies)
... in the treatment of hyperlipidemia. Most of the information I have been able to find is anecdotal. I understand that this product has been used in Europe for many years. Data on clinical studies, dose titration, side effects, and effectiveness would be appreciated. ... (19 replies)
... I never minded the flushing, I knew when it happened that it was a minor inconvenience for the benefit being realized. ... (12 replies)
... c with niacin helps reduce the flush. ... (16 replies)
... The answer is No! You may be able to keep up the regimine for 6 months to a year, but you will faulter... you will want a piece of pizza... you will want a BBQ burger or BBQ'd ribs... you will want Prime rib at Christmas... ... (40 replies)
New Numbers
Nov 9, 2007
... The answer is No! You may be able to keep up the regimine for 6 months to a year, but you will faulter... you will want a piece of pizza... you will want a BBQ burger or BBQ'd ribs... you will want Prime rib at Christmas... ... (15 replies)
... The answer is No! You may be able to keep up the regimine for 6 months to a year, but you will faulter... you will want a piece of pizza... you will want a BBQ burger or BBQ'd ribs... you will want Prime rib at Christmas... ... (35 replies)
... My wife has high cholesterol and has tried the statins and too many side effects. She also has trouble swallowing large pills..She has a one month prescription for 500 mg. of niaspan. It is pretty well the last medication left on the shelf for her. ... (40 replies)


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