Carlson Labs, Niacin·Time, 500 mg, 500 Tablets
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|Combo Discount:||- $2.00|
- Dietary Supplement
- Timed-Release Niacin 500 mg
- An FDA Regulated Facility
- Potency and Quality Guaranteed
Niacin is an essential B-Vitamin (B-3). Niacin is involved in the normal metabolism of fats and fat-like substances such as cholesterol.
Niacin taken in a single 500 mg dose often causes flushing or itching. Carlson Niacin·Time is prepared to minimize or eliminate these unpleasant side effects by providing a gradual release of Niacin over a period of several hours.*
*If flushing or itching occurs, drinking 1 to 2 glasses of water may alleviate symptoms.
Adults take one tablet daily at mealtime. Consult your physician before exceeding recommended use.
Microcrystalline cellulose, carnauba wax, stearic acid, hydroxypropylcellulose, magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide.
Natural color. Preservative-free. Corn-free. Milk-free. Vegetarian. Wheat-free. Yeast-free. Sugar-free. Salt-free. Gluten-free.
Keep bottle tightly closed. Store away from heat and moisture.
Do not take if you are pregnant or lactating.
|Serving Size: 1 Tablet|
|Amount Per Tablet||% Daily Value|
|Niacin (as nicotinic acid)||500 mg||2500%|
It has helped lower my cholesterol
It has helped lower my cholesterol
My doctor recommended this brand. Taking 2 500mg tablets daily for a year has dropped my total cholesterol by over 30 points. More importantly, it has helped (along with l-lysine and l-proline) to lower my lippoprotein A to a far safer level.
Posted by 4905538764417996584 on Dec 02, 2016
Great price. I don't know what else to say about it... it shipped fast and hasn't killed me yet.
Posted by bhaktaboy on Oct 02, 2016
Recommended to me by Dr Sherry Rogers via a phone consultation. Take 2 a day and have NO flush. Boosts circulation without the flush. Have been taking for two years and haven't looked back. Highly recommend!
Carlson Niacin-Time is the best Niacin product for control of Cholesterol
Posted by Reviewer2412809 on Sep 23, 2016
I've been using this brand of timed released Niacin for over 20 years and, during that time, compared it with other brands as well. This one has kept my Cholesterol levels down without Niacin flush. I have not had any success with any other brands. AND, by going this route, I've been able to avoid statins with all of their side effects. The pill alone, however, is not enough. Also needed is oat BRAN and a reduction of saturated fats. The definitive book on this is 'The Eight Week Cholesterol Cure'. Caution! Not everyone can handle high doses of Niacin -- even when time released. For some, it is toxic. A liver test is essential before taking high doses of Niacin.
Finally a niacin that is easier to take.
Posted by Reviewer2593305 on Nov 06, 2012
After trying prescription niacin that had horrible side effects and then some otc brands I find Carlson Labs, Niacin-Time to be workable. The tablet is easy to swallow and the side effects are none to minor. Just be very careful NOT to eat or drink chocolate around the same time you take the niacin or it will bite you. Still the side effect isn't as bad ad the prescription brand.
Have been using it a long time and works well for me.
Posted by Reviewer1011556 on Nov 04, 2012
I've been using Carlson Niacin Time since 2003 and it does exactly what I need it to. Unlike what another reviewer wrote, I didn't experience any change in the amount of flushing after the period of time when Carlson had delivery problems. I take four 500mg tablets every night before going to bed. Occasionally I will sense the flushing if I wake up for some other reason or can't fall asleep in a reasonable amount of time, but usually I don't notice any flushing. I does a great job of keeping my cholesterol down in combination with a statin, and it's a heck of a lot cheaper than the prescription Niaspan, even if you only have a copay with a medical plan.