TRUTH ABOUT NO (NITRIC OXIDE), ARGININE & CITRULLINE
Nitric oxide is of interest to investigators and practitioners due to its potential for relaxing human vasculature — an effect that may result in improved blood flow during rest and exercise. Vasodilation is paramount to human health, as the process itself is utilized by the body to deliver oxygenated blood to areas of the body that are in greatest need (e.g., contracting skeletal muscle, beating hearts, ischemic areas, etc.). Vasodilation is not solely used for delivery of oxygenated blood, but also for the delivery of glucose, lipids, and other nutrients to a variety of tissues.
There is an important association between serum/plasma NO levels and cardiovascular disease, hypercholesterolemia, heart failure, myocarditis, myocardial ischemia, atherosclerosis, hypertension, diabetes, thyroid disorders, metabolic syndrome and obesity. In addition, NO has a strong trace in neurodegenerative diseases such as Huntington’s, Multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s disease and cerebellar degeneration.
The main providers of nitrate in human diet are certain vegetables such as lettuce, spinach, pomegranate, carrot, radish, celery and beetroot, along with supplements like Arginine & Citrulline. This extensive Book will give you an insight into the complete known-how behind Nitric Oxide, arginine, citrulline, and their roles in improving cardiovascular function, exercise performance, sexual dysfunction, diabetes and much more…
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- ALL ABOUT NITRIC OXIDE
- NITRIC OXIDE – FOOD & SUPPLEMENT SOURCES
- CARDIOVASCULAR BENEFITS OF NITRIC OXIDE
- NITRIC OXIDE (NO) & EXERCISE
- NITRIC OXIDE AND ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION (ED)
- WHAT IS ARGININE?
- CARDIOVASCULAR BENEFITS OF ARGININE
- EFFECTS OF ARGININE ON DIABETICS
- ARGININE & ERECTILE
- EFFECT OF ARGININE SUPPLEMENTATION ON SPORTS
- WHAT IS CITRULLINE?
- CITRULLINE IN SPORTS & EXERCISE
- CARDIOVASCULAR BENEFITS OF CITRULLINE
- CITRULLINE & ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION
- RECOMMENDED DOSAGE