I started taken Niagen on July 12th, 20 days ago. My blood pressure has dropped a lot. In fact the second #, is now too low, 49 to 52.
Not sure what has caused that, as I've decided to lose some weight, down 13 pounds since June 29th.
Could be either one or both of the above. Would like some comments from any of you Niagen users. Am going to do a web search for any available data, and then talk to doctors and perhaps Chromadex management.
If it turns out that the stuff lowers B P, we have a huge winner, high B P is very prevalent, especially in the U S A.
I went on niagen and fish oil. Gave up wheat and reduced sugar. Twelve lost 47 pounds and skin condition cleared. Do not have blood pressure issue. Walk 8 to 14 miles a day. I think all thing played a part.fyi-
Opk looking good.
Wow, anyone who can loose that kind of weight deserves a hearty congratulations! I'm looking to try something myself. Other than willpower can you elaborate on the other five, except for the exercise as that is the obvious one? I.e. The schedule for taking niagen that you followed, was it one pill an hour before eating? Or did a second pill prove helpful? Why fish oil? Wheat and sugar seem to be in a lot of products these days can you give you favourite new breakfast, lunch and dinner example, as now that you have been doing it for three months you probably are starting to feel like you new diet should be obvious but it is not to me at all? Thanks in advance for your help.
Thanks for the reply, Drangles.. I'm not sure what pushed the B P down, may have to go see my Doc again and then try not taking Niagen for awhile. Don't think I feel any effects from taking it. I should have been monitoring the BP more closely, before starting on the Niagen..
CL, I have not seen my diastolic or systolic pressure change. I have high blood pressure and do not take medicine for it. I did however see a change in pressure when I was taking heartblu. I will pay attention to my blood pressure the next time to confirm. I do think diet change is a big factor though. As a shareholder a hope you are right.