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5 Supplements for Heart Health

…pumping. I recommend 500–1,000 mg of this supplement for heart health once or twice daily, with meals. * Niacin, or nicotinic acid, is a form of vitamin B3 that supports healthy cholesterol levels by raising levels of HDL cholesterol and lowering LDL and triglycerides. Its primary downside is the flushing…

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Heart Disease—6 Risk Factors You Can Reverse

…exercise, which helps to raise your protective HDL cholesterol. A half-hour four or five days a week is ideal. I also recommend high doses of niacin (vitamin B3), which has been shown to both decrease LDL and increase HDL levels. I usually start patients with 500 mg twice a day, and work up to a total of…

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5 Secrets to Lowering Cholesterol Naturally

…a week. Cold-water species, such as salmon, are particularly important for lowering cholesterol. * Reduce harmful LDL cholesterol with niacin (vitamin B3). Niacin is the best single remedy for lowering LDL cholesterol levels while raising levels of protective HDL cholesterol. Even conventional doctors…

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Niacinamide Benefits for Diabetics

…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 free radical…

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Lowering Your Cholesterol Naturally

…the intestinal tract, and the omega-3s have multiple benefits, particularly for your heart. * Then, take niacin, 500 mg twice a day. This form of vitamin B3 works so well it has been adopted by conventional medicine. Its primary downside is the flushing it can cause when taken in therapeutic doses. Niacin…

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Preventing Heart Disease Naturally

…your protective HDL cholesterol, preventing heart disease. A half-hour four or five days a week is ideal. I also recommend high doses of niacin (vitamin B3), which has been shown to both decrease LDL and increase HDL levels. I usually start patients with 500 mg twice a day, and work up to a total of…

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Niacin: Is it Really Safe and Effective?

…is just another example of the media skewing research results. Let me explain. Previous Niacin Research Niacin, or nicotinic acid, is a form of vitamin B3 that has been used to lower cholesterol and triglycerides since the late 1950s, decades before statin drugs came on the market. The first large placebo…

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