Feb 6, 2001
Does flush-free niacin (niacin with inositol added) work as well as plain niacin for lowering abnormally high cholesterol?
| Response from Dr. Henry
I am not aware of any data on that. A common sense approach would suggest that, for persons who have a flushing reaction to regular niacin, to try that product out and watch for flushing as well as check the cholesterol levels after 4 weeks. KH
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