Suitable for vegetarians
- Science-based nutrition
- Dietary supplement
- Promotes cardiovascular health
- 8-hour extended-release
- No/low flush
Real Niacin provides niacin in an 8-hour extended-release form that enables you to enjoy the health benefits of niacin without experiencing the uncomfortable skin flushing that commonly accompanies other forms of niacin. Niacin comprises approximately 200 coenzymes that play pivotal roles in metabolism and energy production within the body. Additionally, research suggests that niacin, in combination with a well-balanced diet, may help to maintain healthy cholesterol levels that are already within the normal range.
Niacin, also known as vitamin B3 or nicotinic acid, supports more than 500 enzymatic reactions that play pivotal roles in metabolism, energy production, and healthy aging. Real Niacin provides a considerable amount of nicotinic acid combined with a proprietary wax-coated technology to yield an 8-hour extended-release tab that greatly reduces the chance of experiencing the uncomfortable skin flushing that commonly accompanies brands of this vitamin that donít feature a extended-release mechanism.
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Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Keep out of reach of children. Please consult your health care provider if currently under care or treatment. Do not exceed recommended serving. See product packaging for additional safety information.
About Doctor's Best
Founded in 1990 by supplement industry veteran Ken Halvorsrude and a wholistic physician, San Clemente-based Doctor's Best, Inc. manufactures and distributes dietary supplements throughout the U.S. and overseas. Doctor's Best is known for high-quality products that are based on sound research in the field of nutritional science.
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