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  • Vera Appleyard - The Niacin You Are supposed to Take

    This is the right niacin if you are trying to lower bad cholesterol. Apparently the flush-free stuff does not have the same impact. I found this out after buying a bunch of the other. Toss them and got this. Now the flushing is INTENSE. I turn bright red. I did some research and found a simple fix - 1000 mg of quercetin and hour before taking the niacin. The flushing is much less intense and it allows you to get used to the dose while initially taking it. Some people do an aspirin but that didn't really help me much.

  • Kindle Customer - It's ok but not what I expected

    This sweater does not look like it does in the picture...it comes up a little higher in the front and doesn't drape the front like the picture!

  • Michele Harroun - computer program

    Sent when promossied package great Will be happy to work with this dealer again anytime thank you very much Micki

  • Linda Lavish - I "think" it works

    I think this works, but it is too expensive to keep using. I've purchased 2 bottles. The tastes is rather sweet. I wouldn't put it in my hair or face thought, like some people say they've done - I think the bottle says you can use it on hair and face too. It's been a while since I've used it and don't have the bottles anymore. I'm commenting now only because I'm taking the time to write reviews on the many products I've purchased through Amazon to let others know my results since my reviews are not fake like so many others that I believe are - not necessarily for this product, but for many products on Amazon. I wish there were a way to know if the reviews are real or not.