Solaray Niacin 100 mg
Supports Cholesterol Levels Already Within Normal Range!
Niacin also known as vitamin B3, has earned a reputation as a natural cholesterol-lowering nutritional supplement that often rivals certian prescription drugs. Nicain may help to prevent a number of other health conditions, from arthritis and depression to diabetes. Three forms of Niacin supplementseach with a specific therapeutic roleare commercially available: nicotinic acid (also called nicotinate), niacinamide and inositol hexaniacinate, a compound of Niacin and inositol (another B-family vitamin).
The human body is usually able to absorb sufficient amounts of Niacin from daily diet to carry out basic functions, working on the cellular level to keep the skin, digestive system, and nervous system healthy. Niacin is require to release energy from carbohydrates and help control blood-sugar levels. Interestingly, the body is also able to synthesizes Niacin from tryptophan, an amino acid found in milk, eggs and poultry products.
While most people do not suffer from Niacin deficieny, many may benefit from supplemental Niacin which may help with a variety of health conditions. Keep in mind that each of the three forms of Niacin affects the body differently. Niacinamide exhibits specific anti-inflammatory properties, for example, while nicotinic acid and inositol hexaniacinate affect blood lipid levels and circulation.
Niacin may be help to:
- Lower Cholesterol
- Fight Raynaud's disease and other circulatory conditions
- Fight depression
- Help relieve some of the symptoms of arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.
- Slow progression of type 1 diabetes
- Relieve tinnitus
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