Niacin has the advantage of raising HDL ("good") cholesterol and also lower triglycerides. Niacin or vitamin B3 is also used to treat conditions like Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes. Niacin has also shown some promise in treating Alzheimer's disease and lowering the risk of a second heart attack in men who suffer from cardiovascular disease.

As a B vitamin, niacin works best with the other B vitamins to help the body turn nutrients into fuel. Never has any other nutrient, herb, vitamin, or superfood delivered cholesterol-busting results like these. And now, for the first time, you can experience the cholesterol-fighting power of niacin in the new Cholesterol Control formula. Even better, each daily serving (two capsules) includes a full clinical dosage of 50 mg of niacin.

Just taking niacin on its own will help, but you won't see a huge benefit relying solely on that. In order to fully defend your health against the lethal power of triglycerides, you need more than just one supplement. The ingredient on the next slide packs a powerful punch when it comes to heart health, but most people haven't even heard of it.

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Stuart Fletcher

A busy culinary chef who travels for events and expositions and has a very lax diet, Stuart Fletcher's doctor opened his eyes to his cholesterol problem. Through lots of research, he has forged productive habits to reduce the issue!