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DC Labs - No-Flush Niacin 500 mg - 60 Capsules

DC Labs - No-Flush Niacin 500 mg - 60 Capsules

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Helps Maintain Normal Cholesterol and Blood Sugar Levels without the Flush.

Dee Cee Labs No Flush Niacin

No Flush Niacin Benefits

  • Benefits of niacin without annoying flush
  • Combats Reyanud's Disease
  • Naturally helps lower cholesterol
  • Help maintain healthy blood sugar levels
  • May help tinnitus - ringing in the ears
  • Made in USA
Niacin is also known as vitamin B3. Niacin has earned a reputation (in supplement form) as a natural cholesterol-lowering agent that often rivals prescription drugs in mild to moderate cases. It may also help to prevent or treat a number of other disorders, from arthritis and depression to diabetes.

Three forms of niacin supplements--each with a specific therapeutic role--are commercially available: nicotinic acid (also called nicotinate), niacinamide and inositol hexaniacinate, a compound of niacin and inositol (another B-family vitamin).

Normally, the body manages to absorb enough niacin from foods to carry out basic functions, working on the cellular level to keep the digestive system, skin and nerves healthy. This vitamin is also critical to releasing energy from carbohydrates and helping to control blood-sugar levels. Interestingly, the body also synthesizes niacin from tryptophan, an amino acid found in eggs, milk and poultry. Although few people in the industrialized world are actually deficient in niacin, many may benefit from additional amounts in supplement form to help treat assorted complaints. Keep in mind that each of the three forms of niacin affects the body differently. Niacinamide has notable anti-inflammatory properties, for example, while nicotinic acid and inositol hexaniacinate affect blood lipid levels and circulation.

Specifically, niacin may help to: Control cholesterol. Unlike most prescription cholesterol-lowering medications, which simply lower levels of LDL ("bad") cholesterol and triglycerides, niacin also raises levels of HDL ("good") cholesterol. As a result, this a niacin supplement may prove more potent than conventional medicines in ultimately reducing the risk for a heart attack (and death from a heart attack). In a recent study of people with high cholesterol, niacin not only reduced LDL and triglycerides by 17% and 18%, respectively, but it also increased HDL by 16%.

Although both nicotinic acid and inositol hexaniacinate have cholesterol-benefiting actions, inositol hexaniacinate is the preferred form--it doesn't cause skin flushing and poses much less risk of liver damage with long-term use.

Combat Raynaud's disease and other Circulatory Problems

Niacin improves circulation by relaxing arteries and veins, and disorders characterized by circulation difficulties may benefit as a result. In those suffering from Raynaud's disease, for example, niacin's ability to improve blood flow to the extremities may counter the numbness and pain in the hands and feet that occurs when blood vessels overreact to cold temperatures.

The calf-cramping and other painful symptoms of intermittent claudication, another circulation disorder, may lessen under the vessel-relaxing influence of niacin as well. The inositol hexaniacinate form of niacin works best for circulation-related discomforts.

Fight Depression

Based on niacin's well-recognized role in promoting the sound functioning of nerve cells, some experts recommend the vitamin for relieving depression as well as for soothing feelings of anxiety and panic. Most B-vitamin complexes contain sufficient amounts of niacin for this purpose; as an added plus, the complexes also offer the mood-enhancing benefits of other B vitamins.

Ease symptoms of Arthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis

The anti-inflammatory properties associated with niacinamide may help in calming joint inflammation, a frequent cause of rheumatoid arthritis pain. In a double-blind, 12-week study, osteoarthritis sufferers who received niacinamide supplements reported less inflammation and greater joint flexibility than other participants who were given a placebo.

May Help Tinnitus

The persistent ringing, humming and buzzing in the ears associated with this condition has been linked to poor blood circulation. By widening blood vessels in the brain, inositol hexaniacinate may help to relieve these and other tinnitus symptoms.

Dee Cee Labs No Flush Niacin is a 500mg niacin capsule derived from inositol hexaniacinate. This powerful niacin supplement is made in America to assure quality and purity.

Additional Information
SKU F636-60

Directions: As a dietary supplement, take 1 capsule one to two times daily, preferably with a meal.

Caution: If you are pregnant or nursing, consult your physician before taking this product.

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Capsule
Servings per Container: 60
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
(from inositol hexanicotinate)
400 mg 2000%
(from inositol hexanicotinate)
100 mg *
* Daily value not established

Other Ingredients: Gelatin, magnesium stearate, silica.

UPC Code 052301636600

Customer Reviews 4 item(s)

DC Labs - No-Flush Niacin 500 mg - 60 Capsules
This is my first time using DC Labs No-Flush Niacin. But based on my previous experiences with DC Labs products (Glucosamine Formula 719), I expect the Niacin to work very well.
Review by / (Posted on 7/24/2015)
Unbelievably fast shipping
I received the product extremely fast and the packaging was very secure. I look forward to purchasing more from this site.
Review by Michael Schenkel / (Posted on 5/8/2012)
Love it!
WOW! If your Dr. prescribes Niacin to control cholestrol/triglyc, try this product instead! The flushing w/ prescription Niacin is ungodly; and it lasts 1.5 hrs every evening. I quit taking it. Then I found this product. No flushing whatsoever! Love it!
Review by S. Hines / (Posted on 1/23/2012)
No-Flush Niacin 500 mg -60 capsules
Taking this to try to lower my cholesteral. Can't tolerate the script meds. Severe muscle aches. So far, know flushing. Hope this product works.
Review by Marcia Geiger / (Posted on 1/24/2011)