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Creative Bioscience® has niacin in our hCG 1234® and hCG Zero Liquid products because we care. The natural weight loss capabilities of the 4 amino acids and other ingredients is greatly enhance with the addition of niacin. When combined these natural ingredients are a powerful fat burning and appetite suppressant weight loss supplement. We make potent and effective supplements to aid in the weight loss efforts of our customers.
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Niacin is also known as nicotinic acid, vitamin B3 and vitamin PP. It is an organic, water soluble compound found in many animals and plants. It is not produced in the human body. Niacin is one of the eight B vitamins. Niacin is added to some of Creative Bioscience’s products to help in weight loss. Niacin helps the digestive system to function naturally and effectively. It is also important for converting food to energy naturally, increasing energy and reducing stress. Stress can inhibit weight loss. The body naturally responds to stress by producing cortisol. Excessive amounts of cortisol in the bloodstream can cause the body to hold onto fat around the midsection. Niacin improves the rate of food digestion, speeds the metabolism of carbohydrates, decreases the level of “bad” cholesterol and reduces fat in the bloodstream naturally.
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