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Niacin Allergy Research Group 90 Caps

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Niacin Allergy Research Group  90 Caps

Niacin Allergy Research Group 90 Caps

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Retail: $17.75
Our Price: $12.95
Brand: Allergy research group
Product Code: ARG1000
SKU: ARG1000
Shipping Weight: 0.50 pounds
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Niacin from Allergy Research Group 90 Caps

Allergy Research Group's Niacin Vitamin B3 is of the highest quality and purity obtainable.It is free of all common allergens (antigens), it is vegetarian, and it does not contain preservatives, diluents, or artificial additives.

Also known as nicotinic acid, niacin is an essential nutrient, positioned at the core of NAD/NADH and NADP/NADPH, which are major redox- active "electron storage" compounds. One or both of these "redox pairs" is involved in every major biochemical pathway. They participate in the trafficking of electrons as "reducing equivalents", the electron packets that facilitate metabolism. Niacin is involved in the production of energy, detoxification and the normal regulation of blood sugar and cholesterol.*

Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 1 capsule

Servings per container:90

Amount per serving:

  • Niacin: 250 mg

Other ingredients: Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, cellulose, L- leucine.

Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, 1 capsule two or three times daily with meals, or as directed by a healthcare practitioner. Store in a cool, dry place, tightly capped.

Each vegetarian capsule provides 250 mg of niacin‚ a B complex vitamin. One 90-capsule bottle of Allergy Research Group’s Niacin (Vit B-3) will last for about 30 to 45 days when taken at the recommended dosage of one capsule‚ two to three times a day with meals.

Niacin has been shown to be effective in lowering cholesterol levels. Taking large doses of niacin is regarded to be a natural means to lower cholesterol levels without the unwanted side effects experienced with regular medications. Niacin supplements have been found to be as effective as, if not more effective than statin drugs in lowering bad cholesterol.

  • Niacin and LDL. High doses (typically in the 1000 to 3000 mg range) of niacin have been seen to significantly lower low-density lipoprotein levels i.e. bad cholesterol.
  • Niacin and HDL. Niacin has the ability to increase high-density lipoprotein levels - the good cholesterol.
  • Niacin and Total Cholesterol.It is the ratio between LDL and HDL that improves significantly, even though the total cholesterol level may not be decreased.
  • Niacin and Triglyceride. Niacin can also lower triglyceride levels. This results in better heart health and reduced risk of heart problems.

Precautions: Niacin can cause skin flushing and tingling (the "niacin flush"). Do not take large amounts of niacin (greater than 1.5 grams per day) without first consulting a healthcare practitioner.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug administration. The product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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Niacin has really kept my cholesterol under control without using statin drug - take it with red yeast rice and it is amazing. - Anonymous

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Niacin Side Effects
Niacin and Cholesterol

Niacin side effects are relatively mild for the most part when taken in proper dosages. However, it is important that you learn the best ways to take this vitamin and what effects it has on your body.

What is niacin?
Niacin, also known as Vitamin B3, is an important member of the B Family of vitamins that is essential for the metabolism of fat in the body. As you may know vitamins are important compounds that are necessary for many body processes, and are not found naturally within the body. Therefore it is necessary to get all of your vitamins from outside sources.

Niacin and cholesterol are closely linked, and Vitamin B3 is recommended to help lower LDL (bad) cholesterol levels within your body. Because of its ability to break down fats it is essential for heart attack prevention, as well as treating diabetes and cataracts.

Where can you get niacin from?
Although food is a major source of niacin (meats, beans and dairy), the problem is most of the time vitamins are diluted or eliminated during the processing of the food we eat. Also, most of us do not follow a healthy diet and eat a lot of fast food and junk food, rendering us vitamin deficient.

Vitamin deficiencies can lead to many diseases and medical problems. Therefore it is necessary for most people to supplement vitamins to make sure they are getting the amounts that they need to maintain proper health.

Are there any niacin side effects?
When taken in recommended dosages, there are very few niacin side effects. They may include flushing and itching among other slight allergic reactions.
In very high doses however, niacin side effects can be toxic. Niacin can cause irregular heartbeats (arrhythmias).
Niacin should not be taken by anyone with kidney or liver disease.

Should you take niacin on its own or as part of a more comprehensive product?
It is always better to take vitamins and minerals together rather than on their own. This has been shown to be the best way to yield the optimal health benefits for your body, for many reasons:
1) Many vitamins and minerals work synergistically together, and in fact some cannot work at all without each other.
For example, Vitamin E must be taken with Vitamin C in order to work. Vitamin E and Vitamin C are powerful antioxidants that rid the body of toxic chemicals, and work together much better than they do separately.
2) Many vitamins, minerals and other nutrients can enhance the therapeutic benefits of each other.
For example, niacin can help lower cholesterol much more effectively with other natural cholesterol lowering nutrients such as policosanol, ginger extract and green tea.

Finding a High Quality Niacin Supplement
Most multivitamins on the market do not contain natural vitamins, but rather the synthetic versions. Avoid these vitamins at all costs. Synthetic versions are half as powerful as natural versions.