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The safest, most effective, and cheapest treatment for high cholesterol is a vitamin that costs 7 cents per pill, according to a new report from Orthomolecular Medicine News Service (OMNS), a nonprofit research group in Wichita, Kansas.

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Surely the cheapest and safest way to lower your Cholesterol is stop eating **** and eat healthy lol

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interesting read, thanks hum

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All true, but so is the fact that there is no free lunch; niacin has side effects even in therapeutic doses.

On the mild end are things like skin rashes & flushing, in the middle is a 5-10% increase in blood glucose levels (important to diabetics but usually manageable) and an effect on other vitamins, and with higher doses there are other side effects including a (fortunately usually reversible) thickening of the macula (part of the retina) that can blur vision.

Takeaway: if taking at doses higher than dietary recommendations use it under medical supervision.

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