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vitamin B
« on: March 05, 2014, 07:15:16 PM »

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Re: vitamin B
« Reply #1 on: March 06, 2014, 07:38:24 PM »

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Vitamin B3 and the Prevention of Atherosclerosis

Niacin is also involved in the production of histamine, which is a chemical compound capable of dilating blood vessels. This way, blood circulation is improved to all the areas of the body, which means that hands and feet will benefit from this effect, too. When administered in high doses, inositol hexaniacinate - the form of niacin responsible for this effect, is able to prevent atherosclerosis. In addition, the risk of heart attack and peripheral vascular disease also decreases considerably. Blood circulation problems are often painful, but vitamin B3 is very reliable, both in the prevention and in the treatment of such disorders. The best effects are obtained when vitamin B3 is combined with simvastatin, a drug that is used for lowering cholesterol levels.

I seem to have some blood circulation issues, feet always cold, sometimes it gets extremly painful. Started last winter, worked outside and froze my feet probably getting frostbite. I would be in pain some days especially my toes, I ended up going to a specialist and was given cream, which didnt do nothing. I was leaving for a vacation, so the heat plus salt water helped. Now fast forwarding to today; I still get the odd pain when im expossed to cold for long peroids of time.

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I was suffering from constantly cold hand and feet. Was estrogen dominant, had gyno etc. All signs of being hypothyroid/ having a not properly working thyroid.


Is there a recommended dosage for B3 for circulation? Above was posted in the top 10 sub thread but since its Vitamin B specific figured here might be better suited. Also when going for regular bloodwork, is an abnormal thyroid detected or do you need a specific test? 
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Re: vitamin B
« Reply #2 on: March 06, 2014, 09:17:44 PM »

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Vitamin B3 and the Prevention of Atherosclerosis

Niacin is also involved in the production of histamine, which is a chemical compound capable of dilating blood vessels. This way, blood circulation is improved to all the areas of the body, which means that hands and feet will benefit from this effect, too. When administered in high doses, inositol hexaniacinate - the form of niacin responsible for this effect, is able to prevent atherosclerosis. In addition, the risk of heart attack and peripheral vascular disease also decreases considerably. Blood circulation problems are often painful, but vitamin B3 is very reliable, both in the prevention and in the treatment of such disorders. The best effects are obtained when vitamin B3 is combined with simvastatin, a drug that is used for lowering cholesterol levels.

I seem to have some blood circulation issues, feet always cold, sometimes it gets extremly painful. Started last winter, worked outside and froze my feet probably getting frostbite. I would be in pain some days especially my toes, I ended up going to a specialist and was given cream, which didnt do nothing. I was leaving for a vacation, so the heat plus salt water helped. Now fast forwarding to today; I still get the odd pain when im expossed to cold for long peroids of time.

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I was suffering from constantly cold hand and feet. Was estrogen dominant, had gyno etc. All signs of being hypothyroid/ having a not properly working thyroid.


Is there a recommended dosage for B3 for circulation? Above was posted in the top 10 sub thread but since its Vitamin B specific figured here might be better suited. Also when going for regular bloodwork, is an abnormal thyroid detected or do you need a specific test?

Have you ever looked into iodine? It helped with my cold hands and feet immediately. I'm currently on phone so I can't give you a big answer but google it. Iodine cold hands and feet. Read one of my last posts or taeians. Have you ever measured your bodytemp right after getting up in the morning?
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Re: vitamin B
« Reply #3 on: March 06, 2014, 09:33:47 PM »

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Vitamin B3 and the Prevention of Atherosclerosis

Niacin is also involved in the production of histamine, which is a chemical compound capable of dilating blood vessels. This way, blood circulation is improved to all the areas of the body, which means that hands and feet will benefit from this effect, too. When administered in high doses, inositol hexaniacinate - the form of niacin responsible for this effect, is able to prevent atherosclerosis. In addition, the risk of heart attack and peripheral vascular disease also decreases considerably. Blood circulation problems are often painful, but vitamin B3 is very reliable, both in the prevention and in the treatment of such disorders. The best effects are obtained when vitamin B3 is combined with simvastatin, a drug that is used for lowering cholesterol levels.

I seem to have some blood circulation issues, feet always cold, sometimes it gets extremly painful. Started last winter, worked outside and froze my feet probably getting frostbite. I would be in pain some days especially my toes, I ended up going to a specialist and was given cream, which didnt do nothing. I was leaving for a vacation, so the heat plus salt water helped. Now fast forwarding to today; I still get the odd pain when im expossed to cold for long peroids of time.

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I was suffering from constantly cold hand and feet. Was estrogen dominant, had gyno etc. All signs of being hypothyroid/ having a not properly working thyroid.


Is there a recommended dosage for B3 for circulation? Above was posted in the top 10 sub thread but since its Vitamin B specific figured here might be better suited. Also when going for regular bloodwork, is an abnormal thyroid detected or do you need a specific test?

Have you ever looked into iodine? It helped with my cold hands and feet immediately. I'm currently on phone so I can't give you a big answer but google it. Iodine cold hands and feet. Read one of my last posts or taeians. Have you ever measured your bodytemp right after getting up in the morning?

No I havent looked into iodine, def will google it though. Also I never measured my body temp in the morning either. By doing so, there might be a correlation with iodine im assuming?
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Re: vitamin B
« Reply #4 on: March 06, 2014, 09:47:55 PM »

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Vitamin B3 and the Prevention of Atherosclerosis

Niacin is also involved in the production of histamine, which is a chemical compound capable of dilating blood vessels. This way, blood circulation is improved to all the areas of the body, which means that hands and feet will benefit from this effect, too. When administered in high doses, inositol hexaniacinate - the form of niacin responsible for this effect, is able to prevent atherosclerosis. In addition, the risk of heart attack and peripheral vascular disease also decreases considerably. Blood circulation problems are often painful, but vitamin B3 is very reliable, both in the prevention and in the treatment of such disorders. The best effects are obtained when vitamin B3 is combined with simvastatin, a drug that is used for lowering cholesterol levels.

I seem to have some blood circulation issues, feet always cold, sometimes it gets extremly painful. Started last winter, worked outside and froze my feet probably getting frostbite. I would be in pain some days especially my toes, I ended up going to a specialist and was given cream, which didnt do nothing. I was leaving for a vacation, so the heat plus salt water helped. Now fast forwarding to today; I still get the odd pain when im expossed to cold for long peroids of time.

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I was suffering from constantly cold hand and feet. Was estrogen dominant, had gyno etc. All signs of being hypothyroid/ having a not properly working thyroid.


Is there a recommended dosage for B3 for circulation? Above was posted in the top 10 sub thread but since its Vitamin B specific figured here might be better suited. Also when going for regular bloodwork, is an abnormal thyroid detected or do you need a specific test?

Have you ever looked into iodine? It helped with my cold hands and feet immediately. I'm currently on phone so I can't give you a big answer but google it. Iodine cold hands and feet. Read one of my last posts or taeians. Have you ever measured your bodytemp right after getting up in the morning?

No I havent looked into iodine, def will google it though. Also I never measured my body temp in the morning either. By doing so, there might be a correlation with iodine im assuming?

If you are hypothyroid or have a not fully functioning thyroid this might be due to iodone deficiency. Iodine is needed for your thyroid to work properly. A low body temperature in the morning can also be an indicator for a deficiency. Look it up. Symptoms of missing iodine.
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Re: vitamin B
« Reply #5 on: March 06, 2014, 10:18:42 PM »

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Vitamin B3 and the Prevention of Atherosclerosis

Niacin is also involved in the production of histamine, which is a chemical compound capable of dilating blood vessels. This way, blood circulation is improved to all the areas of the body, which means that hands and feet will benefit from this effect, too. When administered in high doses, inositol hexaniacinate - the form of niacin responsible for this effect, is able to prevent atherosclerosis. In addition, the risk of heart attack and peripheral vascular disease also decreases considerably. Blood circulation problems are often painful, but vitamin B3 is very reliable, both in the prevention and in the treatment of such disorders. The best effects are obtained when vitamin B3 is combined with simvastatin, a drug that is used for lowering cholesterol levels.

I seem to have some blood circulation issues, feet always cold, sometimes it gets extremly painful. Started last winter, worked outside and froze my feet probably getting frostbite. I would be in pain some days especially my toes, I ended up going to a specialist and was given cream, which didnt do nothing. I was leaving for a vacation, so the heat plus salt water helped. Now fast forwarding to today; I still get the odd pain when im expossed to cold for long peroids of time.

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I was suffering from constantly cold hand and feet. Was estrogen dominant, had gyno etc. All signs of being hypothyroid/ having a not properly working thyroid.


Is there a recommended dosage for B3 for circulation? Above was posted in the top 10 sub thread but since its Vitamin B specific figured here might be better suited. Also when going for regular bloodwork, is an abnormal thyroid detected or do you need a specific test?

Have you ever looked into iodine? It helped with my cold hands and feet immediately. I'm currently on phone so I can't give you a big answer but google it. Iodine cold hands and feet. Read one of my last posts or taeians. Have you ever measured your bodytemp right after getting up in the morning?

No I havent looked into iodine, def will google it though. Also I never measured my body temp in the morning either. By doing so, there might be a correlation with iodine im assuming?

If you are hypothyroid or have a not fully functioning thyroid this might be due to iodone deficiency. Iodine is needed for your thyroid to work properly. A low body temperature in the morning can also be an indicator for a deficiency. Look it up. Symptoms of missing iodine.

been reading a bunch, here a pretty good link: http://www.naturalnews.com/023107_iodine_body_thyroid.html
That maybe my issue, definately sparked my couritsoity. I'll continnue to read up, but by the looks of it I maybe to test my levels and see im in deficient or not.
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