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Important for formation of electron transporter NAD; assists in DNA repair; helps to control cholesterol level by influencing lipid synthesis in the liver; helps the functioning of the digestive system; required for production of hydrochloric acid for the digestive system; promotes functioning of the nervous system; promotes healthy looking skin; may help treat age-related macular degeneration (AMD); niacinamide may prevent diabetes; high doses under medical supervision have been used to reduce LDL cholesterol and triglycerides and increase HDL or good cholesterol; helps to slow development of atherosclerosis and reduce risk of heart attack; niacinamide may be helpful in treating osteoarthritis; may protect against Alzheimer’s disease and age-related mental decline. 194 more words


Ultimate™ Niacin Plus™ is NOW AVAILABLE from Youngevity

Posted November 3, 2015

  • Supports healthy levels of good (HDL) cholesterol
  • Promotes low levels of triglycerides in blood cells
  • Promotes an overall healthy cardiovascular system
  • To purchase, go to HERE!

Dr. Joel Wallach

Sharing Diabetes and Supplement Information #3: My experience with Niacin

Third post in a series…

This is the third in a series where I go through all the drugs and vitamin supplements that my doctor has instructed me to take and I provide you with a list of links / readings / background information. 1,649 more words

Getting Healthy

Vitamin B3 Protects Against Skin Cancer

Skin cancer is increasing in prevalence. Although malignant melanoma is the most dangerous, at least ten times as many non-melanoma skin cancers are diagnosed each year in the form of basal cell carcinomas (BCC) and squamous cell carcinomas (SCC). 469 more words


Linden tea


Linden tea in the countries of Central and Western Europe is well known for it health and beauty properties.

It is made from linden inflorescences and it has been used as a traditional herbal remedy for sore throat, bronchitis, and cough. 139 more words


Using Niacin with Retin-A

The Use of Niacin with Retin-A

I am sure most already know but I didn’t so in case anyone else isn’t sure and wants to know, I wanted to share. 500 more words