Niacin Vitamin B Cholesterol

No Flush Niacin

Promotes metabolism health with no "flush"

Item #00373 800 mg 100 Capsules 1 per serving In Stock
Niacin Vitamin B Cholesterol

No Flush Niacin

Promotes metabolism health with no "flush"

Item #00373 800 mg 100 Capsules 1 per serving In Stock

For you, if you want the benefits from a niacin supplement, but without the potential flushing

The nutrients in No Flush Niacin can:

  • Provide niacin activity with no flush experience
  • Support cardiovascular, neurological, and overall health
  • Encourage a healthy metabolism that can generate cellular energy

No-Flush Niacin contains a special form of niacin (vitamin B3), inositol hexanicotinate, which innovative properties allow for true niacin activity without the characteristic niacin flush.

detailwidget
Free Shipping
on orders over € 69
Money Back Guarantee
We have a 100 days return policy, not the standard 30 days!
Daily Shipping
Order before 11:00 CET, for same day shipping (Mon-Fri)
Customer Care Advisory
We can help you in 6 languages
Product details "No Flush Niacin"
Health benefits at a glance:

First of all, what is niacin? It's a coenzyme that is called “B3” because it was the third B vitamin to be discovered. 

Niacin has many benefits, among others to help metabolize the foods you eat and promote healthy cellular energy production.

No-Flush Niacin can allow true niacin activity without the characteristic niacin flush.


Why it works:

Niacin (vitamin B3) is an essential nutrient with important functions for maintaining cardiovascular, neurological and overall health

Niacin supplements containing nicotinic acid can cause uncomfortable flushing though. The special form of niacin used in No Flush Niacin, inositol hexanicotinate, can help deliver the niacin in a way that it doesn't cause the flushing many people experience.


The science behind the product:

How inositol hexanicotinate works

No Flush Niacin contains inositol hexanicotinate, a special form of niacin. Inositol hexanicotinate consists of six molecules of niacin chemically linked to an inositol molecule.

Some of the ingested inositol hexanicotinate is hydrolyzed in the body to slowly release free niacin and inositol. (1,2) 

However, because much of it remains intact in the body, it's thought that inositol hexanicotinate may exert direct effects in addition to those of its constituent inositol and niacin fractions, without causing the characteristic niacin flush. (2)

More facts about vitamin B3 niacin

  • Metabolism: Niacin is a water-soluble nutrient crucial to energy transfer reactions, particularly the ones that help your body metabolize glucose (sugar), fat and alcohol. (3,4) Vitamin B3 is required for the body to utilize dietary fats and carbohydrates and to metabolize alcohol. (3,4) 
  • Cellular energy: Vitamin B coenzymes (such as niacin) are crucial to the metabolic pathways that generate cellular energy. (4) Niacin helps metabolize the foods you eat and promotes healthy cellular energy production.
  • Cholesterol: Niacin can have beneficial effects on blood lipids, helping to maintain healthy cholesterol levels already within normal range. (5,6) This attribute was identified in the 1950s. This makes niacin one of the most-studied nutrients for this purpose. 


How to use:

Please take according to the dosage and use guidelines under supplement facts, or as recommended by a healthcare practitioner.

Health topics:
Supplement Facts
Serving size: 1 capsule

Servings per container 100

 Amount per serving
% RI
Niacin (from 800 mg of inositol hexanicotinate)
640 mg
4000
Inositol (from 800 mg of inositol hexanicotinate)
160 mg
*


RI = EU Reference Intake, * no RI available.

Other ingredients: gelatin, vegetable stearate.

Dosage and use

Take one (1) capsule per day with food.

Warnings

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.

DO NOT EXCEED RECOMMENDED DOSE.

Do not purchase if outer seal is broken or damaged.
If you are undergoing treatment for a medical condition or if you are pregnant or lactating, please consult with your medical practitioner first.

A food supplement should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Store tightly closed in a cool and dry place.

1. Altern Med Rev. 1998;3(3):222-3.
2. Nutr Rev. 2012;70(6):357-66.
3. Curr Pharm Biotechnol. 2015;16(1):3-10.
4. Linus Pauling Institute. Niacin. Accessed 8/2/19. https://lpi.oregonstate.edu/mic/vitamins/niacin
5. J Clin Lipidol. 2017;11(6):1309-1317.
6. Clin Nutr. 2015 Oct;34(5):838-44.
Original source/product from Life Extension®