What is nitric oxide (N-O), and why is it so critical to human health?

Q: What is nitric oxide (N-O), and why is it so critical to human health?

A: No molecule does more for your body’s circulation than nitric oxide (N-O). In 1992, the scientific community declared nitric oxide (N-0) the “Molecule of the Year.” Then in 1998, three pharmacologists won the Nobel Prize in Medicine for discovering N-O as a signaling molecule in the cardiovascular system.

N-O acts as a powerful vasodilator, relaxing and expanding blood vessels and increasing blood flow to the heart, brain, limbs and muscles.  Blood is literally the "river of life.” By allowing it to flow more freely, N-O helps to nourish all of the organs and cells in your body.

Nitric oxide also helps to regulate blood pressure, reduce inflammation in the arterial wall, and reduce the tendency of platelets to form blood clots. Unfortunately, most people over 40 can’t make the amount of nitric oxide needed for optimal health. That’s why it’s so important to take N-O Blood Boost as you age.

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