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Lowering Your Cholesterol Naturally

…an uncomfortable warm, tingly, itchy feeling. You can minimize flushing by taking divided doses with meals and/or at bedtime. I do not recommend niacinamide or inositol hexaniacinate (“no-flush” niacin) for lipid lowering because they don’t work as well. A baby aspirin (81 mg) or 15–25 mg of Benadryl…

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5 Secrets to Lowering Cholesterol Naturally

…patients with liver disease, gout or ulcers. Note: To lower cholesterol naturally, you should take the regular form of niacin. Research indicates that niacinamide and “no-flush” formulations (inositol hexaniacinate) have little or no effect on cholesterol or triglycerides. Now it’s your turn: Which of…

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How to Ward Off Cognitive Decline

…and resveratrol curb inflammation and oxidative stress and have broad neuroprotective effects. Vinpocetine improves blood flow to the brain, and niacinamide protects against the degenerative changes characteristic of Alzheimer’s disease. Piracetam is the original nootropic, “a substance that enhances…

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Niacinamide Benefits for Diabetics

If you or someone you care about is living with diabetes, you should learn all you can about niacinamide benefits. Also called nicotinamide, it’s a form of vitamin B3 that has been shown to preserve beta cell function when administered in the early stages of type 1 diabetes. It does this by inhibiting…

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Natural Remedies for High Cholesterol

…powerful natural remedy for high cholesterol I recommend is a daily combination of ¼ cup of fresh ground flaxseed, 500-1,500 mg of niacin (not niacinamide) in divided doses, and 1,500-2,000 mg of plant sterols. But again, no one is going to put advertising dollars behind things like flaxseed and plant…

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