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Pure Encapsulations Niacitol

Pure Encapsulations Niacitol

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Quick Overview

Pure Encapsulations Niacitol can play a key role in energy metabolism. It contains two coenzymes called NAD and NADP⬠a which work as part of the metabolic process to convert carbs⬠a proteins⬠a and lipids into the energy your body and mind need to function.*

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Pure Encapsulations Niacitol Product Information

Niacitol® contains inositol nicotinate, a form of no-flush niacin (vitamin B3) that has been used in Europe for healthy lipid metabolism support.* Vitamin B3 is a component involved in aspects of energy metabolism.* Its coenzymes (NAD and NADP) assist in the metabolic processes surrounding the breakdown and utilization of fats, proteins, and carbohydrates.* Furthermore, niacin is potentailly involved in the synthesis of sex hormones and the formation of skin and digestive tissues. Inositol nicotinate is composed of one molecule of inositol and six molecules of niacin.*


Pure Encapsulations Niacitol® is an inositol and niacin complex. Inositol is derived from plant sources. Niacin is synthetic. Vitamin C (ascorbyl palmitate) is derived from corn dextrose fermentation and palm oil.


These statements have not been evaluated by Health Canada or the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 1 Veg Capsule

Amount Per Serving

Niacitol® (no-flush niacin) 500 mg

Inositol nicotinate 625 mg
Niacin (vitamin B3) 500 mg
Inositol 125 mg
Ascorbyl palmitate (fat-soluble vitamin C) 15 mg
* Percent daily values are based on a 2000 calorie diet
† Daily Value not established
Note: Serving Sizes are rounded to the nearest whole serving

Other Ingredients: vegetarian capsule (cellulose‚ water)

Recommended Use: 3–6 capsules per day, in divided doses, with meals.

Cautions: At  this  time,  there  are  no  known  side  effects  or  precautions.  If  pregnant  or  lactating,  consult  your  physician before taking this product.

Are There Any Potential Drug Interactions?
Niacin in combination with cholesterol medications may adversely affect muscles (myopathy), which can become serious (rhabdomyolysis). It may counter the effects of some diabetes medications. Consult your physician for more information.