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Vitamin B3 Benefits Cardiologists Won’t Tell You About

…one nutrient I receive the most questions about, it’s niacin (vitamin B3). That’s probably because many doctors, including cardiologists, are still in the dark about the vitamin B3 benefits in protecting your heart 4 Vitamin B3 Benefits * It’s one of the best nutrients for raising “good” HDL…

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The Blood Lipids Ratio to Watch

…normal triglyceride levels. For triglyceride support, take 2–3 grams daily in divided doses. To raise your HDL cholesterol: * Take niacin (vitamin B3). Since it can cause flushing, my recommendation is that you start with 250 mg of niacin three times daily, and slowly work up to 1–2 grams in divided…

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Is Niacin Effective and Safe? Here’s My Take

…have seen, a new report published in The New England Journal of Medicine has brought into question the effectiveness and safety of niacin—vitamin B3 that’s often used to control cholesterol problems. The primary benefits of niacin are reducing LDL cholesterol, raising HDL cholesterol, and reducing…

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Much of What Passes for High Cholesterol Is Harmless

…What Do the Cholesterol Tests Tell You? If the cholesterol tests reveal that you have a lot of small, dense particles I suggest taking niacin (vitamin B3), which research shows helps to neutralize the toxic particles. Because niacin can cause flushing, I recommend starting with a low dose of 100 mg, and…

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