Niacin Extra Strength for Cholesterol Tablet 60s

Niacin Extra Strength for Cholesterol Tablet 60s

$12.50

A cost-effective way of maintaining cholesterol already within normal limits.*
List Price: $17.50
Member Price: $12.50

Product Description

Niacin, as nicotinic acid, is an excellent nutrient for cholesterol support in helping to maintain cholesterol levels already within normal limits.* Many healthcare professionals use niacin, combined with diet and exercise, as a first-line choice for total cholesterol support programs.*

Phillips form of Niacin, or nicotinic acid, is the only form that has been shown to be effective. Each 2 caplets contain: thiamin 1.5 mg, riboflavin 1.7 mg, niacin as nicotinic acid 250 mg, Vitamin B6 2 mg, folic acid 400 mcg, Vitamin B12 6 mcg, pantothenic acid 10 mg in a proprietary blend of: guggul extract, lecithin, artichoke, ginger root, Co-enzyme Q10 and black pepper extract. Warning: Niacin may cause flushing, itching and tingling in the skin. If these side effects occur, please discontinue usage immediately.

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

How does Niacin work?
Niacin, known as Vitamin B3, is a natural nutrient support for the liver. Taken as directed, it will help maintain cholesterol already within normal limits.*

What else can I use Niacin for?
Nicotinic acid also is an excellent circulatory support nutrient.* Many elderly are niacin deficient and need this nutrient on a daily basis, for good cellular health.*

Is Niacin safe?
Niacin is a common nutrient found in foods. This form of niacin may cause redness and itching of the skin, due to its effects in increasing blood flow. This usually passes after the first 30 minutes to 1 hour.

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

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