In this article, Nichola Conlon, Ph.D., discusses the benefits of low-dose niacinamide to fight obesity. Read the research here.
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What about taking Niacin (the flush type). Much safer in higher doses.
I recall a podcast you were on, maybe a couple years ago. where you suggested nicotinamide ribosome taken via suppository. Have you changed your mind on that recommendation to instead use this protocol here in this article? Thank you, we are eagerly awaiting yuor response!
How do you take this? Should it dissolve under your tongue or would you mix it in some water?? A whole article on this and no explanation for how to take it??
Tracy Pulk's link has information on how to take niacinamide. Thank you, Tracy!
I guess a person can get NAD+ injections up to 3 times per week for $40 each. Seems better if you can find a safe niacinamide supplement you can dose out for a tiny fraction of that cost and it might result in the same benefits.
Has her study been unblinded? Results?
Would it be OK to mix in hot drinks like coffee or tea?
This is very interesting and worth the watch/read. Dr. Mercola and Nichola Conlon vary a bit in their direction for using Niacinamide/Nicotinamide as a supplement. Dr. Mercola suggests taking only niacinamide (an NAD+ precursor) and warns the dosage needs to be 75-150 mg/day. Ms. Conlon indicates that it is critical to address the NAD+ salvage pathway as well, and her website says that it can be counterproductive to take ONLY the precursor (niacinamide). The daily dosage of nicotinamide (precursor) in her supplement is also 500 mg/day, which is significantly higher than what Dr. Mercola is suggesting as a max dose. I would so appreciate anyone weighing in here on this to provide some clarity or additional opinion!