Some people who live in higher elevations don’t need oxygen support when climbing Mount Everest. Scientists wondered how Sherpas can climb Mount Everest in less than 12 hours? So they tested the blood of Sherpas living at high altitudes compared with sea-level dwellers. They were shocked to discover that the Sherpas’ blood had 10x the normal levels of a “miracle molecule” responsible for delivering oxygen and nutrients to the body. They also have twice the normal blood flow to their to their extremities. This increased circulation allows them to avoid common North American problems like heart issues, blood pressure concerns, and high cholesterol.
As you age, your body’s ability to naturally produce the “miracle molecule” declines and blood flow slows down. Blood doesn’t go where it needs ,and as a consequence, you become vulnerable to the kinds of health problems like helping your heart maintain healthy blood pressure. Tiny capillaries in your eyes need support so your vision stays sharp. Keeping your deepest parts of your brain for stronger memory and clear focus. For every organ tissue and cell for greater energy and stamina. For more enjoyable personal relations.
This molecule helps remove toxins, sugar and cholesterol from the blood, and protects the arteries and veins.
This “miracle molecule” is known as Nitric Oxide
Nitric Oxide is a very simple molecule found naturally in your arteries and in the linings of your blood vessels, in the endothelium. The molecule contains one atom of nitrogen and one atom of oxygen. Dr. Ignarro discovered that Nitric Oxide is a signaling molecule that sends a signal for your blood vessels to open and expand.
If your body struggles to make Nitric Oxide, the blood vessels deteriorate, stiffen and you become vulnerable to a host of illnesses. The problem is: Poor Circulation.
How do you make nitric oxide naturally without expensive supplements?
Folate a B vitamin, is shown to support and increase Nitric Oxide. It is in fortified cereals, it is in celery.
Simply putting in L-arginine will not boost nitric oxide levels. Olde people have a more difficult time absorbing L-arginine. Most of it is destroyed in the digestive tract, and what is left over is sent to the liver where it is processed for waste.
Beetroot juice is a concentrated source of nitrate. The body converts dietary nitrate into Nitric Oxide, which helps boost blood flow to the muscles.
Hisperidin increases the production of a critical enzyme (e-nos) your body needs to make nitric oxide.
Hawthorn extract converts nitrite to Nitric Oxide.
You can lower your heart attack risk by eating nuts. The basics are Almonds and Walnuts for anyone who does not have gal bladder problems. Peanuts are full of quercetins and highly beneficial for Blood Type A only. Brazil nuts are full of selenium. You need only one for your daily nutrient support, and it is only neutral for Blood Type B. For other blood types the Brazil nut is an avoid. Cashews and Pistachios, though full of nutrients, may make you fat, as they are not well tolerated by any blood type.
A good overall antioxidant supplement is grape seed extract. And don’t forget resveratrol, co enzyme Q 10 and omega 3 DHA found in Salmon and less in other cold water fish.
Cardiovascular support Genoma Cardia
Genoma Cardia is a combination of Hawthorne Berry and L-Taurine, designed to promote healthy cardiovascular function. Hawthorne berries have been used since the middle ages to help maintain cardiovascular functions while also lowering blood pressure.
Mens' Health Nitricycle
Recent Nobel Prize winning research has led to a deeper understanding of the important role played by an extremely simple molecule: nitric oxide (NO). Three of the pioneers in working out the biological roles of NO shared a Nobel prize in 1998 for their discoveries. The award to one of them, Ferid Murad, honored his discovery the nitroglycerine works by releasing NO.
Nitric oxide protects the heart, stimulates the brain, and kills many bacteria.
Further research rapidly confirmed that NO is a signal molecule of key importance for the cardiovascular system, and it was also found to exert a series of other functions. We know today that NO acts as a signal molecule in the nervous system, as a weapon against infections, as a regulator of blood pressure, and as a gate keeper of blood flow to other organs.
NO is present in most living creatures, and when produced in the innermost layer of cells of the arteries, (the endothelium) it rapidly spreads from the cell membranes to the underlying muscle cells
Nitricycle has the precursor form of L-Arginine, that which is found in the white pith of citrus fruits. Citruiline