Are You Getting Enough Nitric Oxide?
Do you ever find yourself becoming tired when you shouldn’t? Feel drained and lethargic during the day?
An exceptionally potent and underestimated product in our range is the patented L-Arginine, L-Citrulline formula we call Cardio-Flow; which has been scientifically proven to help increase blood flow and lower blood pressure by helping the body produce healthy Nitric Oxide.
Dr Louis Ignarro was awarded a Nobel Prize for his research in 1998 and since then supplements that increase nitric oxide have rapidly become one of the most popular categories today.
As an Anti-Aging ‘Secret’
Nathan Bryan, PhD, one the America’s top experts on Nitric Oxide and Dr Greg Chernoff, a triple Board-Certified Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon, told attendees of The Aesthetic Show, that five nationally recognized Medical Doctors, who specialize in anti-ageing medicine agreed nitric oxide was a critically important ingredient to achieving luxurious skin for those over 40.
Bryan said, “Nitric oxide is one of the most important molecules produced by humans. It controls and regulates most cellular functions. It is considered the ‘Holy Grail’ in medicine. Loss of nitric oxide production, as we age, is what leads to the diseases of ageing. Nitric oxide is the secret to anti-ageing. By improving vascularity, we feel that it improves the absorption and delivery of any topically applied product”. In short, nitric oxide will aid the body in utilizing nutrients (notably vitamin C) by ensuring their optimum benefits are seen.
1. Help Treat Erectile Dysfunction and Boost Libido
Nitric oxide has been shown to play an important role in erectile function; researchers have cited that L-citrulline has been shown to be extremely effective as well as safe and well tolerated by the body compared to other forms of supplements.
2. Decrease Muscle Soreness
L-citrulline has been shown to help alleviate muscle soreness by increasing nitric oxide which in turn, increases blood flow to the muscles. This also aids an increase in nutrient delivery along with helping to clear waste products that are related to muscle fatigue such as lactate and ammonia.
3. Lower Blood Pressure
Nitrate-rich foods like beetroot and dark, leafy greens such as spinach together with other fruits and veg have been shown to decrease blood pressure as the nitrates in these foods increase the production of nitric oxide in the body. Also, flavonoids have a powerful antioxidant effect not only by increasing the production of nitric oxide but also by helping to decrease its breakdown.
4. Boost Exercise Performance
Supplements intended to increase nitric oxide are commonly promoted as performance enhancers. While the performance-enhancing benefits of L-arginine are minimal, nitrate and L-citrulline are considered those which deliver the greatest benefits. Many sports people report an increase in performance and personal best times after L-arginine / L-citrulline consumption.
5. Help Manage Type 2 Diabetes
People with diabetes have impaired nitric oxide production, which can lead to harmful health effects. L-arginine has been shown to improve blood sugar control in people with diabetes. Studies have shown that an increase in nitric oxide has led to an increase in insulin sensitivity allowing for better blood sugar control, with further studies confirming that people with type 2 diabetes showed an increase in nitric oxide production when they consumed L-arginine.
Stroke Patient – Amazing Results!!
“I followed advice from Get well Stay Well and took Sizzling Minerals, Cardio Flow and other great supplements and plenty of exercise. Ate organic food because I had a great health coach who is a good friend of Felicity’s. As a result, I overcame with absolutely no side effects and no medication. No time off work. My consultant was amazed. My cholesterol HDL went from 2.7 to 1.1. He even wanted to use me as a case study. I showed the Dr the Cardio Flow in my bag. He even said my cholesterol was amazing and commented, “it must be what you are taking in your bag” By Wendy Hawkins