Niacin

Beware of Elevated Lp(a) Cholesterol Levels

…) or lumbrokinase, also known as Boluoke (20 mg one to two times daily). I also recommend niacin, up to 2 grams daily. But it needs to be regular niacin, since nonflush niacin won't work. When you take niacin, particularly at such high levels, you may experience a hot, tingly sensation—the famous…

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Why “Good” HDL Cholesterol Isn’t Always Good

…and inflammatory cholesterol particles. If the advanced tests indicate too much small particle inflammatory cholesterol in your blood, I recommend niacin and nattokinase. Now it’s your turn: Has your doctor tried to talk you into taking cholesterol medications? You May Also Be Interested In: Many Doctors…

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The Cholesterol Numbers Doctors Should Measure

…combination of the PAM diet, nutritional supplements, and exercise. * If your Lp(a) is high, my top recommendation to neutralize it is to take 1-3 g of niacin daily. I also recommend fish or squid oil (1 or 2 g daily) and either one of two natural clot-busting enzyme supplements: nattokinase (50 mg twice…

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Prevent Elevated Lp(a) Cholesterol Levels

…offset the inflammation caused by elevated Lp(a) cholesterol levels, Dr. Sinatra recommends that you try one or more of the following techniques. * Niacin: Take up to a total daily dose of 1 gram (1 gram=1,000 mg) taken in one or two doses. Start at a dose of 125mg, then double it as tolerated, up to…

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Statin Medications Will Not Reduce Lp(a)

…100 mg of niacin, twice a day. If you experience side effects like flushing, headache and diarrhea, follow the diet and stop the niacin. You can try a lower dosage at a later date, then slowly increase the dose to 500 mg a day, twice a day for further protection. TwinLabs' quick-acting Niacin is a good…

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