Ingredients & Description
Allergy Research Group - NutriCology -Niacin, Vitamin B3 (90 Vcaps)
Niacin is involved in the production of energy, detoxification and the normal regulation of blood sugar and cholesterol.
Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, 1 capsule two or three times daily with meals, or as directed by a healthcare practitioner.
WARNING: Niacin can cause skin flushing and tingling (the "niacin flush"). Do not take large amounts of niacin (greater than 1.5 grams per day) without first consulting a healthcare practitioner.
|Serving Size||1 capsule|
|Servings per container||90|
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Other ingredients: Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, cellulose, L-leucine.
This nutrient is of the highest quality and purity obtainable, is free of all common allergens (antigens), and does not contain preservatives, diluents, or artificial additives.
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Uses & Indications.
Ailments & Concerns.
- Maintain Normal Regulation Of Blood Sugar & Cholesterol
- Boost Energy
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Date Added: Saturday 09 June, 2012
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